Forthcoming events are listed below. You can also book a place for a walk or other even from this page, or visit our events listings site.
All walks start at the East entrance to the wood, on Creighton Avenue, opposite Fortismere School (N10 1NT). Most last about 2 hours.
Walks are free, though a donation of £3 per person is appreciated. It helps to book in advance as this allows us gauge numbers and to contact you if there are any changes to the programme.
Creepy crawly walk
Saturday 21 October 2017, 11:00
Coldfall Wood is teeming with creepy crawlies of all sorts. Join Edward Milner (professional bug hunter) to find some of them.
Saturday 28 October 2017, 14:30
At last year’s walk we found 20 species of fungi, including a rather interesting Zoned Rosette (Podoscypha multizonata). Join Andy Overall (Fungi recorder for London Natural History Society) to see what we find this year.
Saturday 4 November 2017, 10:30
Find out about the trees that make up the wood and how we manage them.
Led by Iain Loasby, local woodsman.
Saturday 11 November 2017, 10:30
Excavations in Coldfall Wood in 1835 found marine fossils, shells and rocks from the north of England. Find out why, and other fascinating information about the geological history of the area.
Led by Diana Clements, local geologist and a recognised expert in London’s geology.
Practical conservation work
This is run by the Trust for Conservation Volunteers, Haringey Conservation Team. For more information about TCV practical projects, please contact Mat Pendergast on 020 8348 6005 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday 24 October, 10:00am – 3pm
Thursday 26 October, 10:00am – 3pm
For the conservation work only,meet: WEST entrance on Creighton Avenue, N2 9BJ, opposite Beech Drive.
No booking required.
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