Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park – The green heart of the Borough

Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park is one of only two Local Nature Reserves in Tower Hamlets. The park consists of 33 acres of woodland, grassland and meadows. There is also a pond and a wetland habitat. This area has been a park since the cemetery closed in 1966.

The October edition of Stone Stories, the newsletter of the Friends of Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park is due out soon. The cover is a reminder that the days are getting shorter and we are moving into Autumn. Inside is a run down of some of the events held this year and and the programme for the future.

Coming soon in the Cemetery Park…

Sunday 3rd October 2010 from 10am to 4pmPractical Nature Conservation

Join BTCV in the park for a day improving the park for wildlife and people. All tools and training provided.

Sunday 10th October 2010 from 2pm to 4pm – Grave research

Learn all about the burial history of the park and some of the Park’s better known ‘residents’ and join members of the East London History Society in grave research.

Saturday 16th October 2010 from 10:30am to 12:30pm – Bow Beasties Wildlife Watch Club – Seeds

For children aged 4 – 14 The Wildlife Watch Club takes place in the fabulous resource of the Cemetery Park, each month we do different activities to learn about Wildlife.

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