|Dulwich Upper Wood
|East of England
|Year of Declaration:
Borough of Southwark
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TQ 337 712
||Farquhar Rd, Crystal Palace. SE19
||London Borough of Southwark
||Trust for Urban Ecology (part of the BTCV group)
|Link to site map:
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|How to get there:
||Car- Farquhar Road off the main A212 Crystal Palace Parade
Buses - 3, 122, 157, 202, 227, 322, 358, 363, 410, 417 to Crystal Palace
Train- Gipsy Hill or Crystal Palace
||Walk around a lovely woodland local nature reserve, guided tours at 11am and 2pm.
Some of the site is on slopes, so is not suitable for wheelchairs, with some steps etc; but there is a path that goes right through the nature reserve that is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
There are a couple of bark paths.
|What to see:
||The present day shape and composition of Dulwich Upper Wood can be traced back to the Great North Wood
Habitat: Mixed Oak woodland, woodland birds, stag beetles and bats.
|Volunteer and 'Friends of' groups:
||Volunteering at the site please contact the warden/site manager Jim Murphy on
Tel 0208 761 6230
|Contacts for further information and how to get involved:
||Trust for Urban Ecology
Tel 020 8293 1904
Parks and Gardens
Tel: 020 7525 2000
or General Enquiries
Tel 020 7525 5000
|Website address and other links:
www.southwark.gov.uk and search for Dulwich Upper Wood Local Nature Reserve
Last updated 04/03/13