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East Finchley Festival was a great success!

Sunday 20th June saw another fantastic East Finchley Festival, with great weather ensuring a huge turn out from the local community. Amidst the stages, stalls, food, drink, fire engines and face painting, The Friends of Cherry Tree Wood saw a steady stream of visitors coming to our corner.

We were talking to people . . . → Read More: East Finchley Festival was a great success!

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Proposed conservation projects – comments welcome!

Charles Parkes, on behalf of the Friends, and Tracey Sawyer, Barnet Green Spaces Officer, met during April 2010 to discuss possible future conservation initiatives. She is currently putting together a woodland management plan, but in the meantime, here are some ideas for future projects. Let us know what your thoughts and ideas in the comments . . . → Read More: Proposed conservation projects – comments welcome!

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Volunteers construct a new beetle loggery

On Saturday 22nd May 2010, a joint workday was held at Cherry Tree Wood involving Friends of CTW, Barnet Green Spaces staff and volunteers from CSV – GO London. GO London is part of Community Service Volunteers, a nationwide charity that supports many different types of volunteering. GO London organises weekend volunteering events across . . . → Read More: Volunteers construct a new beetle loggery

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Spring and Early Summer in Cherry Tree Wood

Cherry Tree Wood is probably at its most beautiful in Spring and early Summer when the cherry and hawthorn blossom is out and the hornbeam trees are in leaf . Some of the flora/fauna that can be seen in the wood at this time of the year are as follows:

Ground Flora:
Ground flora are . . . → Read More: Spring and Early Summer in Cherry Tree Wood

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Park Keeper’s Hut to be used as meeting place for workdays

Friends of Cherry Tree Wood has been granted permission to use the park-keeper’s hut next to the tennis courts. Barnet Council is going to locate a number of tools there and a wheelbarrow and it will make an ideal meeting place for workdays. We will also have a key to the notice board so that . . . → Read More: Park Keeper’s Hut to be used as meeting place for workdays

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