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Light Up The Woods – lantern procession

Posted on 11th November, 2018 in Events | News (0 Comments)
Light Up The Woods – lantern procession

We’ve been awarded some funding from Southwark’s Community Council to bring a magical lantern bauble walk to Dog Kennel Hill Woods this December. We have teamed up with Dog Kennel Hill Adventure Playground who will be running three *FREE* lantern-making workshops for children on Monday 12th Nov 3:30 – 5:30 pm, Monday 19th November 3:30 … Read more »

Bat Walk Report 2018

Posted on 12th September, 2018 in Events | News | Wildlife (0 Comments)
Bat Walk Report 2018

Over 40 people attended our bat walk this morning in DKH Open Space and Green Dale Fields. It was led by Jo Ferguson from the Bat Conservation Trust and she bought Hannah and Becky along from the London Bat Group. We had loads of bat detectors to hand out so that everyone could have the … Read more »

Bat Walk 2018

Posted on 1st September, 2018 in Events | News (0 Comments)
Bat Walk 2018

The Friends of Dog Kennel Hill Wood and Green Dale are holding our annual bat walk on Wednesday 12th September. Meet at 7pm by the picnic benches in Dog Kennel Hill Open Space (this is the small park and wood next to Sainsburys, near the cash machines).  The walk will be led by bat experts … Read more »

Scything the Meadow

Posted on 29th July, 2018 in General News | News (0 Comments)
Scything the Meadow

The meadow in Dog Kennel Hill Open Space was scythed yesterday by two members of the Friends group. The grass had grown rather long and then it had rained which meant that the meadow grass was lying in lots of different directions and was quite hard to scythe! It took a few sessions but we … Read more »

Spring Walk 2018

Posted on 15th April, 2018 in Events | News | Wildlife (0 Comments)
Spring Walk 2018

We had our annual Spring Walk this morning with the Friends of Green Dale, led by Daniel Greenwood of the London Wildlife Trust. It will be his last walk with us sadly as he is off to a new job in the South Downs National Park. To mark his many years’ of support for our … Read more »