A mile-long strip of ancient woodland (formerly field boundaries) running through the Downham estate. It has magnificent old oak and ash trees, as well as field maple and rare wild service trees. There are carpets of bluebells, wood anemone and celandine in spring and interesting fungi in autumn. It supports a wide variety of birds, insects and small mammals.
The organisation with legal responsibility for Downham Woodland Walk Nature Reserve is Lewisham Council.
Downham Woodland Walk Nature Reserve is managed and maintained by Glendale Grounds Management
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