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Downham Woods

Greater Spotted Woodpeckers can be spotted in Downham Hill Woods

Downham Woodland Walk is a narrow strip of ancient woodland running through Downham, linking Grove Park Nature Reserve to Beckenham Place Park.

It contains some magnificent old oak and ash trees, there are glades of bluebells in the spring and a wide variety of birds and insects. It is a beautiful peaceful place in which to walk the dog and enjoy the sights sounds and smells of nature.

Open Monday to Sunday 8am to dusk

  • Entry points between Oakridge Road and Moorside Road running parallel to Whitefoot Lane, Downham.
  • 020 8314 2007

Station: Beckenham Hill - From station turn left onto Beckenham Hill Road and then turn right into Bromley Road. Walk until you reach the junction with Oakridge Road where the entrance is.

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