A walk of 6 green miles through the remnants of the Great North Wood This is the annual Great North Wood walk in partnership with London Wildlife Trust, the Friends of One Tree Hill, and The Conservation Volunteers. The walk will is six miles long and will begin at One Tree Hill, passing over the … Continue reading Great North Wood Walk – Saturday 12 August, 12pm-4pm
Discover the legends and folktales lurking in the woods. This afternoon storytelling session will take families on a walking-lore of Dulwich and Sydenham Hill Woods, where we will use our senses as our guide. Together we will trace the tale of the orphaned Lambeth girl, who lived among the trees and used them to stow … Continue reading Walking-lore: Afternoon family storytelling in Sydenham Hill Woods, Saturday 3 June, 2pm-4pm
If you've ever wanted to try spoon-carving then now's your chance! The London Wildlife Trust will be running a workshop in Beaulieu Heights on Saturday 10 September. It is £20 per person and places are limited, so please book early to avoid missing out.
Join London Wildlife Trust and learn to identify bats from their ultrasonic calls using bat detectors. This event is free and open to everyone and there is no need to book. Contact Sam for more information
A walk of 4 green miles through the remnants of the Great North Wood This is the annual Great North Wood walk in partnership with London Wildlife Trust, the Friends of One Tree Hill, The Horniman Gardens and The Conservation Volunteers. The walk will begin at One Tree Hill, passing over the hill down to … Continue reading Great North Wood Walk – Saturday 20 August, 12pm-4pm
It may not be Lewisham, but we thought this event might interest some of our readers! Join the London Wildlife Trust for pond dipping and hapa zome - the Japanese art of leaf printing. This event is free and open to everyone as part of the Trust’s Great North Wood project. No need to book. … Continue reading Family Fun Day – Crystal Palace Park with London Wildlife Trust
The Great North Wood is one of London’s most valuable Living Landscapes. Once covered in woodland and wooded commons, the area is now made-up of over 20 woodland fragments which are supported by a mosaic of parks and other green spaces, linked by gardens and street trees. The Great North Wood remains a hugely important resource that supports over … Continue reading London Wild Life Trust is seeking funding for Great North Wood Project