Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 2 and Version 1 of Galleywall Nature Reserve
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summary='Small nature reserve in Bermondsey'
summary='Small nature reserve in Bermondsey' website=''
The Galleywall Nature reserve is a small plot of land which used to be owned by the adjacent Galleywall School until the school closed. It has been maintained by a group of volunteers, the Friends of Galleywall Nature Reserve, since 2004.
The reserve is populated with native trees and shrubs, and a carefully maintained pond. They often run open days on weekends, and children are well catered for, with a number of games organized around the plants and wildlife.
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