Gunnersbury Triangle Nature Reserve

Chiswick Wildlife Group & Gunnersbury Triangle

Chiswick Wildlife Group is a local group of the London Wildlife Trust. They help to keep Gunnersbury Triangle local nature reserve open to the public by arranging:

  • Volunteer Wardens for Tuesdays and Sundays 10.00-16.30 throughout most of the year.
  • A summer programme of events - everyone welcome free of charge (but donations are appreciated).
  • A summer warden on site daily Tuesday - Saturday between mid-June and September.

Gunnersbury Triangle Local Nature Reserve is always open. The entrance is opposite Chiswick Park tube station, and access is through a small pedestrian gate. Please: no dogs; no bicycles; children to be supervised by a responsible adult; no litter (dustbin provided in the entrance forecourt).

Forthcoming Events 2011

October Sunday 16th Enjoy a FUNGAL FORAY with Alick Henrici. 2-4.30 pm ; all ages welcome.

To support them financially, please make donations at the nature reserve when there's a warden present. Or join London Wildlife Trust (reg charity no. 283895) through 'Freepost PAM 4658, London SE1 0YW', or look on their website at

They always welcome more volunteers to help at Gunnersbury Triangle - particularly for hands-on nature conservation work, for which training and tools are provided.

To find out more, please come along when there's a warden on site, or phone:

Local representative 020 8740 9646
LWT head office 020 7261 0447
Gunnersbury Triangle nature reserve office 020 8747 3881

Site Location


Entrance on Bollo Lane, Chiswick.
Click here
for map


Sheltered birch and willow woodland with attractive pond, marsh and meadow. Small information centre.

Grid reference

TQ 201786


2.5 Ha


Site of Metropolitan Importance, Local Nature Reserve

The London Wildlife Trust fights to sustain and enhance London’s wildlife habitats to create a city richer in wildlife. We achieve this through: community involvement – we organise over 600 free events every year; land management – the Trust cares for over 60 nature reserves across Greater London; communication – we provide a popular wildlife information service; education – our education work is targeted at all ages and we run Wildlife Watch, an environmental club for the junior members of the Trust, and campaigning.

London Wildlife Trust is one of 46 local Wildlife Trusts forming a countrywide association with more than 350,000 supporters. Together we work for the benefit of nature conservation on a national scale.

If possible, please call in advance of attending any events to help estimate attendee numbers. Telephone: 020 8747 3881

The London Wildlife Trust is a company Limited by guarantee (1600379) and is registered as a Charity (283895).
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