May 26th 2019 sees the return of the annual festival at Coppetts Wood, just up the road from Camden Town.
Pop in from 1-4pm to Coppetts Wood with snacks and refreshments available, and there will be plants for sale, face-painting, treasure hunt, clay modelling, and more.
Enjoy this day out in the sunshine, bring the kids, and celebrate the weekend! See more on the event here.
Coppett’s Wood was once part of a forest known as Finchley Wood. By the sixteenth century it had shrunk in size and became known as a common, and in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries it was used for pursuits such as bare-knuckle boxing, horse racing and pigeon shooting. It also had a reputation as a haunt of highwaymen. In the nineteenth century a sewage works was built on the site. It was closed in 1963, but still has its legacy in the rich variety of plants in the Scrublands. In the Second World War it was used for military training, and several tank traps still remain.
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