The Original Trees of Abney Park

Guided Tour led by Russell Miller
Wednesday 25th April – 6pm

Abney Park’s 13 hectares of woodland is home to around 200 ‘old’ trees. The site’s history as a woodland started in 1840 when it was planted as an exotic arboretum by the famous Victorian horticulturalists the Loddiges. Today there are still some specimens that remain from that planting.

Join Russell Miller to learn more about the original Loddiges Trees of Abney Park

Suggested Donation £5

Please arrive at the main gates on Stoke Newington High St and dress for the weather with sturdy footwear.

info@abneypark.org
020 7275 7557
www.abneypark.org


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