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AGM 2014

Posted on 17th October, 2014 in Events | News (0 Comments)
AGM 2014

On Thursday 16th October 2014 the Friends of Dog Kennel Hill Wood held their annual general meeting in the conservatory of the Fox on the Hill pub, followed by a general meeting. Fourteen people attended. The Chair began by giving a summary of the activities of the Group during the year. She reported that there were … Read more »

Bat Walk Report 2014

Posted on 30th September, 2014 in Events | News | Wildlife (0 Comments)
Bat Walk Report 2014

The bat walk 2014 took place a little later in the year than usual, on 29th September at 6:30pm. It was led by Daniel Greenwood from the London Wildlife Trust. It was the first time that the Friends of DKH Wood used their bat detectors and a good job we had them as 34 people … Read more »

Bat Walk 2014

Posted on 21st September, 2014 in Events | News (0 Comments)
Bat Walk 2014

This year’s bat walk will take place at 6:30 pm on Monday 29th September, 2014. Please meet in DKH Open Space next to the picnic tables. Wear clothing suitable for a walk in the countryside. If it is raining heavily then the event will not take place (bats don’t like getting wet!) Excitingly, for the first time we … Read more »

Gaumont Film Night

Posted on 1st September, 2014 in Events | News (0 Comments)
Gaumont Film Night

The Friends of Dog Kennel Hill Wood held their first major public event on the evening of 30th August 2014. About 400 people turned up to watch fourteen early Gaumont films that were filmed between 1904 – 1912. The studio was located on the Green Dale where it meets Dog Kennel Hill Wood. The setting up began … Read more »

Work Day in DKH Wood

Posted on 10th August, 2014 in Events | News (1 Comments)
Work Day in DKH Wood

  Despite the cancellation of today’s work day due to the threat of hurricane Bertha, 5 keen people still turned up and did a few hour’s work in the wood and park. Excitingly it was the first day of hand scything the wildflower meadow. Stephen had bought himself a lovely Austrian scythe and was keen … Read more »