The Litten Nature Reserve is a hectare in size and is a little gem hidden away in Greenford, West London. It has three ponds, two natural which tend to fill in the winter & dry out in the summer. The other small pond is near the Education Building and is used for pond dipping.
The main tree is the English Penducular Oak. A line of Oaks (from a former hedgerow) are of particular wildlife value as they are hundreds of years old.
Paths are laid out in the reserve where a "Mini Beast Area" and "Story Circle" plus various trees and plants can be seen and enjoyed. The site supports some of the original Middlesex Flora and Fauna.
There is a classroom on site for local schools and the community to meet.
Mosaic in the reserve made by Wendy part of the Art Group that meets in the reserve every Friday