The Dulwich Society and the London Wildlife Trust join forces to create a wildlife habitat in Burbage Road

London Wildlife Trust and the Dulwich Society joined forces to create a wildlife habitat on Burbage Road. Volunteers from Sydenham Hill Wood and the Dulwich Society planted more than 20m of native mixed hedgerow in one day in a fallow space at the entrance to the Edward Alleyn Club. They were able to complete the first stage of this project by planting a hedge around the perimeter fences of the garden. It is the intention to complete the planting in the Autumn.  The Dulwich Society has funded the first stage of this project – £220 – and the Society will apply for further funding from the Dulwich Community Council later in the year.

More photos at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/londonwildlifetrust/sets/72157642647676504/

 

 

 

Come and have your say on Dulwich Open Spaces on 18th March, 7.30pm at Crown & Greyhound in Dulwich Village

Dulwich Society Logo

DULWICH OPEN SPACES

 

Public meeting

 The Dulwich Society is sponsoring a public consultation meeting to discuss the future of open spaces and sports grounds in the area

following the recent planning consent for a development on a Metropolitan Open Land

sports ground behind Turney Road

 The meeting will be held on the first floor of

The Crown and Greyhound  

TIME:

7:30PM ON TUESDAY 18MARCH

 

ALL RESIDENTS WELCOME

COME AND LET US KNOW WHAT YOU THINK