Grove Farm is a hidden urban gem which provides a biodiverse natural space in North Greenford. The deciduous woodland on Grove Farm contains broadleaf trees such as oak, ash, elm, hazel and blackthorn. Grove Farm has a particularly magnificent display of wood anemones in spring as well as native bluebells. It has rare trees including many wild service trees. All these species are indicators of ancient woodland. A stream runs along a valley through the site adding to its nature conservation interest.
Once a month LAGER Can and Friends of Grove Farm carry out a litter pick in and around Grove Farm local nature reserve, next to Sudbury hill tube station. A voluntary group working on the behalf of the community improving the area for all.
If you would like to get involved please join our mailing list below, so that you can be covered by our insurance:
This is usually the second Saturday of the month at 10am. Dates change due to bank holidays so please look for up to date information on our web site:
For more information, please contact Michael Pilkington