The Grove

Uxbridge Grove credit Penny Dixie

The Grove

A remnant of an old Victorian garden in Hillingdon, the site is now developing into a site of increasing value for wildlife, aided by the presence of wetland areas.

Location

Robinwood Grove
London
UB8 3TW
A static map of The Grove

Know before you go

Size
2 hectares

Access

The entrance is at the end of the Robinwood Grove cul-de-sac. Buses 427 and A10 stop in Hillingdon Hill, a 10-minute walk away. Uxbridge (Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines) is the nearest station, a 30-minute walk away.

The main footpath around the reserve is well surfaced, with a boardwalk at one point and a viewing platform by the main pond, although there is a slope near the entrance.

Dogs

No dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

Any time

About the reserve

The Grove is a small but important oak woodland site in Uxbridge with a series of ponds attractive to a range of amphibians. The woodland consists of trees such as ash, yew and sycamore, in addition to some veteran oaks, while several clearings and an area of grassland which attracts butterflies and other invertebrates.  

Status of The Grove

Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation  

Get involved at The Grove    

Volunteer with The Grove's team

Record species you've spotted at The Grove

Contact us

Simon Hawkins
Contact number: 07772 821 134