Evening Tree Walk at Dulwich Woods



Sydenham Hill Train Station, College Road, London SE21 7ND, External

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Join Rianna (Engagement Officer for Dulwich Woods) for a guided walk to learn about the diverse range of trees found in Dulwich Woods, a remaining fragment of the ancient Great North Wood.

This will be a chance to identify trees like oak, ash and hazel and to understand more about the fascinating role they’ve played in London’s development. We'll look at different ways to identify trees, including by looking at a tree's leaves, bark, flowers, fruit and silhouette.

Meet for the walk at Sydenham Hill train station car park. Please dress appropriately for the weather and note, the wood has many uneven surfaces, so stout footwear is recommended. This walk is for adults and children aged 11+. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

This is a free event but donations are welcome, with all profits are invested into London Wildlife Trust’s conservation and education work and the care of its nature reserves.

If you have any questions please contact Sophie at learning@wildlondon.org.uk

This event is supported by the Dulwich Estate

The skills you develop by taking part in this activity can be used to build your Kingston Award reflections on Career Zone.  Find out more by watching  our Kingston Award video, visiting our Kingston Award webpages or getting in touch with us.

*This is an externally hosted event and inclusion on KUextra does not constitute an endorsement or approval by Kingston University.