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Volunteer day trek to Harrow Nature Conservation Forum

by Volunteers Club

Community Service Trek

Sun, 19 May 2019

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

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Wood Farm & Stanmore Common

Stanmore Station, London HA7 4PD, United Kingdom




Spring has finally come to London!


Come join Volunteer Club for a volunteer day trek to Harrow Nature Conservation Forum at Wood Farm and Stanmore Common on Sunday, May 19th.


Make a difference:

It will be a meaningful Sunday to protect our nature reserves.

The tasks on the day will include: watering young saplings, bashing and racking bracken to maintain a species mix in the open areas, and removing invasive trees from open heathland areas.

All the tools and gloves will be provided on site.


Enjoy the spring in nature:

At the same time it will be a delightful day to treat yourself a short getting away from city life and enjoy the lovely spring in green, wildflowers and fresh air.

From the viewpoint in Wood Farm, you can see a wide panoramic view from Alexandra Palace in the east to Heathrow in the southwest, and over London to Box Hill in the south on a clear day.

And Stanmore Common offers a rich natural experience from mature woodland, acid grassland and heath, to wetlands.


When and where:

Our group will meet at Baker Street Station at 9AM and take the tube together to Stanmore Station.

Or you could choose to meet us directly at Stanmore station at 9:50AM if it's more convenient for you.

The finishing time will be around 3PM.


Interested but not free on May 19th ?

Harrow Nature Conservation Forum also offers a range of nature reserve volunteer opportunities on every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

Please check the details on

For other days please sign-up by emailing or directly contact the relevant warden on the list of events at

Please join this whatsapp group after register:

If you have any questions, feel free to contact
Dress Casual (jeans ok)

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