Ecologist Mary will take you on a journey around amazing trees that dominate the cemetery.
Winter can be a tricky time of year to identify trees, when many native species have shed their autumnal leaves and bare branches stretch to the sky.
But without the distraction of their leafy crowns it is a fantastic opportunity to take a closer look at the distinctive silhouettes and characteristics that set different tree species apart.
On this seasonal walk with our knowledgeable ecologist, you will discover the art of tree identification using subtle clues in their buds, branches, bark and more.
Please meet your guide at Reception in the East Lodge.
Arnos Vale Cemetery is a Site of Conservation Interest and a Nature Reserve. It has been a beauty spot since the Georgian Period and is home to a beautiful array of plants, wildlife and trees. This walk will take a in various parts of the 45 acre site from grassland to woodland, from managed land to wild spaces.
Please meet your guide at the East Lodge reception.
This is an e-booking, no ticket will be issued. Your booking will be on a list on the day, please don’t print your ticket.
Warm clothing and sensible shoes are strongly recommended.
Arnos Vale Cemetery is not a fully accessible site. This tour route may include some steep slopes, steps, and muddy or uneven paths.
We regret that we cannot exchange, refund or transfer tickets unless the event in question has been cancelled or rescheduled by Arnos Vale.
There is limited parking on site. We hope you have a really special event. As a charity we still face an annual shortfall in our finances and we rely on these events to keep us open for our community. There are a number of ways that you can contribute resources to the life and work of Arnos Vale. You might like to give your time as a volunteer or consider giving us a regular donation.