Planting for Wildlife at Glengall Wharf Garden
This event is organised by Friends of Burgess Park
Join Friends of Burgess Park to planting native hedge plants at three locations along Surrey Canal Walk between Glengall Wharf Garden and the first bridge - Willowbrook.
We will be planting 200 whips from the Mayor's community tree packs with TCV, including hawthorn, blackthorn, common dogwood, dog rose and hazel. All of these plants are great for wildlife; insects, birds, butterflies. moths.
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NO NEED TO SIGN UP, JUST TURN UP ON THE DAY.
What to Bring
Wrap up well and wear suitable footwear for planting. Tools, gloves and refreshments provided. No experience necessary.
Contact us for more information. Toilets available at the sports centre Cobourg Road.
Finding the Event
Take public transport to Trafalgar Avenue off Old Kent Road. Meet at Glengall Wharf Garden, 64 Glengall Road, SE15 6NF at the east of Burgess Park.