Until last summer, these woods on the south-west side of the lane were pretty much impenetrable and were blighted by large quantities of fly-tipping and litter. The woodland was dark… Continue reading Rohais Woods
An overgrown and unkempt area of woodland has been transformed into an orchard. Left to its own devices for years, this is the latest development in our plans to plant… Continue reading Horsenden Heritage Orchard a new orchard for Horsenden!
A new orchard is set to be planted at Horsenden in Spring 2022. On Friday 8 October the Horsenden orchardeers began the serious business of clearing the overgrown area where… Continue reading Clearing the ground for new orchard
2021 was another successful year for Horsenden in the annual London in Bloom awards. And this year the Friends surpassed all previous success winning a prestigious RHS National Certificate of… Continue reading Horsenden’s a winner in London in Bloom awards
A sunny day in July and the leafy courtyard of Horsenden Farm was the perfect back drop for the first ever event hosted by the Friends of Horsenden for a fellow… Continue reading The LAGER Can tea party
On Sunday the 16th of May, a group of Friends of Horsenden volunteers led by Ealing rangers Jon Staples and James Morton seeded mistletoe onto several of the trees on… Continue reading Mistletoe seeding
Hedgerows are an important and interesting part of the British landscape. For centuries, the craft of hedgelaying has been a vital part of agriculture and taking care of the land,… Continue reading Hedgerow planting