How to find us ~ Where we are.

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We are at: Boundary Brook, off Boundary Brook Road, East Oxford.

For sat navs use the postcode OX4 4AN (Boundary Brook Road).

By public transport.

Catch the Stagecoach bus Route 3 and ask for the stop nearest the junction with Donnington Bridge Road. Then follow the directions shown on our local map as you head down Boundary Brook Road which is on the opposite side of the cross roads.

By car.

Drive to the Donnington Bridge junction with the Iffley Road, opposite the turning to Donnington Bridge, is Boundary Brook Road where there is free parking. At the end of Boundary Brook Road is Larkrise County Primary School, next to which is a cycle track. Where the cycle track turns right you will see the entrance to Boundary Brook Nature Park.  The gate is usually locked which is why you need to ring Alan if you do't have a key.

Nearest postcode: OX4  4AN (Boundary Brook Road).

OS grid reference: SP 532 047

Oxford Urban Wildlife Group as a charity is dependent on its members to support the vital work it does whether it be by contributing physically with the upkeep of Boundary Brook Nature Park or more informally by displaying posters in a window. Without its dedicated members OUWG would not be able to provide such a scenic nature park for the local community.

Oxford Urban Wildlife Group holds regular work parties on a Sunday at Boundary Brook Nature Park. It is a friendly group, tools are provided (training too), choose your task and pace, come along for some or all of the time. Bring old clothes, wellies or suitable footwear, rainwear. We also have four open days a year, and arrange for leisure groups to look round the nature park

If you do decide to come to a work party please ring on the day of the work party to ensure it has not been cancelled through bad weather etc. Contact: Alan Hart 07901 120 308 or 07979 608 013. There is often someone working at Boundary Brook, so if you want to come at other times, find out who will be there and when by ringing Alan Hart.

Boundary Brook is accessible via public transport, car, motorbike or bicycle.