PWDRA - Woodland Walks
A series of themed walks at the National Trust Petts Wood and
This programme of walks will be publicised in The Gazette and on PWDRA
website and Facebook page.
Kindly no dogs please.
Unfortunately there will need to be a limit of circa fifteen people attending each walk. This will be accepted on a first come first served basis. See below for how to reserve you spot.
Do wear sturdy footwear and use walking poles, if necessary, as the woodland floor can be uneven and sometimes muddy. If the weather is very wet the walk may be cancelled at short
notice! If so, we shall call or text you on the day.
Please see below for how to request a spot.
Tuesday, 17th May 2022
6:30am - 08:00am
Peter Smart of Bromley RSPB leads us quietly through the woodland to hear early morning, spring bird song and identify what they are.
Bring binoculars if you can. Meet at woods entrance by Hazlemere Road
Monday, 8th August 2022
10:00am - 11:30am
Chris Wells – leader of the Hawkwood volunteer team who have helped to clear and revitalise the natural environment of Flushers Pond and
Pond Wood. This walk will include a background history of these two very
interesting ponds and an outline of future work. Meet outside Marjorie
McClure school, Hawkwood Lane. (Should be ample parking as school holidays)
A Woodland through time
Saturday, 16th July 2022
10:00am - 11:30am
Mel Wright leads this walk through the National Trust woods which have coexisted alongside changes of ownership. Provided raw materials for the British Navy and survived threats from community development and environmental disasters. Meet at woods entrance by Hazlemere Road underpass.
Monday, 24th October 2022
11:00am - 12:30pm
Local naturalist John Pelter leads us through wooded areas to discover
and observe a range of fungi specimens. He will explain the different types from the most common to the rare! Meet at woods entrance by Hazlemere Road underpass.