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Paths Re-surfaced in DKH Wood

Posted on 14th January, 2017 in General News | News (0 Comments)
Paths Re-surfaced in DKH Wood

Our application for Cleaner, greener, Safer funding from Southwark Council was successful and we were awarded the money to get the paths in the wood topped up with new gravel. The previous surface was disappearing under the yearly layer of leaf mulch and so had gradually disappeared, leaving a muddy track. Following a meeting with … Read more »

Bulbs planted in new glade

Posted on 26th October, 2016 in General News | News (0 Comments)
Bulbs planted in new glade

Today we planted some woodland bulbs in the new glade that we have created in Dog Kennel Hill Wood. We ordered them from naturescape.co.uk who specialise in British wild flowers. We selected bulbs that should do OK in a woodland setting: 25 wild ransoms 25 English bluebells 25 wood anenome 25 winter aconite 25 single … Read more »

Autumn 2016 Work Day

Posted on 9th October, 2016 in General News | News (0 Comments)

Six volunteers came armed with bin bags, litter pickers and secateurs today. Our main tasks were to tame the hedge up near the adventure playground and make it less straggly and easier to walk past, a final cut of the last third of meadow and some litter picking. It’s always amazing how much litter can … Read more »

Summer 2016

Posted on 16th September, 2016 in General News | News (0 Comments)
Summer 2016

We have had a very hot summer this year and the grass in the park is parched brown. The meadow grew well and we had some lovely grasses grow interspersed with meadow flowers: common mallow, chicory, wild carrot, greater knapweed, goats rue, sedum acre, hedge woundwort, red clover, corn poppy to name a few. During … Read more »

Green Dale planning application 16/AP/1232

Hadley Property Group have now submitted their planning application to Southwark council to demolish the existing Dulwich Hmalet Footbll Stadium, build 155 flats there and build a new 4000 seater stadium on Green Dale playing fields. Please see our new section about Green Dale on the website and respond to the planning application now.