In June, let's spend some time together and discover the beautiful nature & wildlife reserve of Woobury Wetlands. Wether you join us for walking or only the pic-nic, it will be a great occasion to take a break from the city and get to know each other outside of Greenpeace campaigns.
About Woodbury Wetlands:
Woodberry Wetlands is an operating reservoir of 12 hectares, originally constructed in 1833 and closed to public access ever since. Working with Thames Water, London Wildlife Trust has carefully built an urban wetland oasis rich in wildlife. Woodberry Wetlands is home to lots of wonderful wildlife. Kingfishers dart across water, whilst reed warblers, bees and dragonflies buzz around the reeds. You'll be amazed you are in London.
About the group activity:
- For those willing to join the walk, let's meet at 10:00am at Manor House Tube station. Estimate hiking time: 1h30.
- For those willing to join the pic-nic only, let's meet at 12:00 at Coal House Café
To get there:
Woodberry Wetlands West Entrance via New River Path Lordship Road London N16 5HQ - 10 minutes' walk from Manor House tube station.
Note: we decided to go for the 1st because Benjamin, who knows the park, is only available this day.