London Tree Week: Uncovering the natural history of One Tree Hill

Sat, 04/06/2016 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

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Event details

Sat, 04/06/2016 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Pick up some tree identification skills and learn about the forgotten landscape of the Great North Wood on this London Wildlife Trust tree walk.

The Great North Wood is an ancient landscape of woodland and wooded commons that once covered the high ground between Deptford, Streatham and Selhurst.

This year London Wildlife Trust launched a project to raise awareness of this landscape and encourage people to explore it.

The walk on 4th June will be expertly led by community outreach officer Sam Bentley-Toon, who will explain how the this fragment of an ancient woodland landscape still supports a wide array of plants and animals and provides people with a welcome taste of nature and an escape from the crowded urban environment.

No booking is required for this free event but if you'd like to find out more please contact Sam on the details on the right-hand side.

You can follow our Great North Wood project team on Twitter: www.twitter.com/GreatNorthWood

And find out more about the Great North Wood Living Landscape project here: http://www.wildlondon.org.uk/great-north-wood

Venue location

Meet at the gates to St Augustine’s Church,
St Augustine’s Church,
Honor Oak Park,
London,
SE23 3LE

Grid reference
TQ354740

Event information

Date
Saturday 4th June 2016
Time
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Price / Donation
Free
Audience
All
Suitable for All Ages
Category
Walk
Trust
London Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Meet at the gates to St Augustine’s Church,
St Augustine’s Church,
Honor Oak Park,
London,
SE23 3LE
Grid reference
TQ354740
Get directions
Plan your journey
Public transport
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Wheelchair Access
no
Mobility
no
What to bring
Suitable outdoor clothing and footwear
Contact details
Tel: 07734 599 286
sbtoon@wildlondon.org.uk
Sam Bentley-Toon