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Winter Work Day 2015

Posted on 29th November, 2015 in Events | News (0 Comments)
Winter Work Day 2015

The Winter workday took place today with volunteers of all ages coming together to help dig the cow parsley out of the new glade. Glades form an important part of the micro eco-system that we are trying to achieve in the wood. Because the sunlight is able to reach the floor, different types of plants … Read more »

AGM 2015

Posted on 23rd October, 2015 in Events | News (0 Comments)
AGM 2015

On Thursday 22nd October 2015 the Friends of Dog Kennel Hill Wood held their annual general meeting in the Mother Goose Nursery Wildlife Garden, followed by a general meeting. Twelve people attended and the evening began in the heated summerhouse. The Chair began by giving a summary of the activities of the Group during the year. She reported … Read more »

Bat Walk 2015

Posted on 4th September, 2015 in Events | News (0 Comments)
Bat Walk 2015

Our annual bat walk this year takes place on the evening of 23rd September 2015 at 7:30pm. Meet in the open space next to Dog Kennel Hill Wood by the picnic benches. Please wear clothing suitable for a walk in the woods. We will also be listening out for bats on the Green Dale fields … Read more »

A Night with Gaumont Studios

Posted on 25th June, 2015 in Events | News (0 Comments)
A Night with Gaumont Studios

We are pleased to announce that as part of the closing event for Camberwell Arts Festival we will be showing the Gaumont films again. The event is on Sunday 28th June at 7pm in St Giles’ church in Camberwell. The church organ will be accompanying the films. There is a bar in the church and there … Read more »

Spring Walk 2015 Report

Posted on 21st May, 2015 in Events | News | Wildlife (0 Comments)
Spring Walk 2015 Report

Last Saturday, 16th May a group of about twenty people met in Dog Kennel Hill Open Space for the annual Spring walk. This was led by the superb Daniel Greenwood who works for the London Wildlife Trust and who helps to maintain Sydenham Woods. The walk began in the open space where we talked through the many … Read more »