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.
See the get involved page for events we are only open then. the address is opposite Farndale crescent, Oldfield lane south Greenford (on E10 bus route)
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