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   An inner-city walk discovering more about trees

Discover more about the wonderful trees that grow amongst our urban sprawl

 

Kennington Park opened in 1854, it was South London’s first park and has a wide variety of now mature and historic trees including some cork oaks.

Roy is a renowned botanist specialising in plant-lore and also president of the SLBI, as well as the author of Vickery’s Folk Flora.

NB Participants are limited to the numbers currently permitted by the government regarding social distancing, presently 6 people at 1+ metres, should that change we will update the ticket availability.

Roy will not be wearing a mask for audio reasons i.e. so that he can be heard, but will be happy to should any participant prefer him to.

NB: Toilets, walking spaces are on hard ground. Nearest station: Oval.

Tickets: Donation only please

Meet outside Oval underground station.

Roy Vickery, Plant-lore.com

The SLBI is a registered charity for botanical education. It supports people of all ages and backgrounds in learning about plants. By making a donation with your booking you will help to sustain our work with school children, families and the wider community. As a small charity, any amount you can give, large or small, will be warmly appreciated and make an enormous difference. Thankyou.

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A Tree Walk in Kennington Park

Details

Date:
14th May
Time:
11:00 - 12:30
Cost:
Donation
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-tree-walk-in-kennington-park-tickets-147810835187

Venue

Kennington Park
Kennington Park Road
London,EnglandSE11 4BEUnited Kingdom

How to Book

See Eventbrite link or select tickets below
Website:
http://www.slbi.org.uk