Join us at the Anerley Town Hall Open Day for the launch of our heritage leaflet about the Vicar’s Oak, an historic tree that once marked the boundaries that met at the top of Anerley Hill.
We will also be showing the design for the new path and planting close to the Vicar’s Oak site, at the entrance to Crystal Palace Park.
Enjoy refreshments, a presentation of project photographs and listen to our interviews with local people. 12 noon – 3 pm, Saturday 10th March Anerley Town Hall, Anerley Road, SE20 8BD
Work will soon begin to create a new path and planting at the top of Anerley Hill. Please contact us if you would like to help plant and maintain these new beds.
Keep in touch
The Boundaries project is coming to an end, thank you for contributing your time, knowledge, ideas and experiences. All of these have added greatly to the project. If you would like to stay in touch with Invisible Palace and find out what we do next then please reply to this email to remain on our mailing list. Thank you!
About the Boundaries Project
This two-year partnership heritage project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the London Borough of Bromley. It has brought together people from across five boroughs and worked with more than 100 local volunteers and 20 organisations.(Source: Boundaries Project)