Did you know that there are more than 3,000 trees in Greenwich Park? They include a legendary oak tree and ancient sweet chestnuts, as well as many mature and veteran species.
These trees are of tremendous values to wildlife. Gnarled old trees have rotten holes and loose flaps of bark that provide vital habitats for woodland birds, bats, rare invertebrates and fungi.
So pull on your walking shoes and head out into the park to discover more about the incredible trees on your doorstep!