Bluebell Wood

Winton Avenue, N11. 


The only entrance and general paths are wide enough for wheelchairs but not fully wheelchair friendly.  

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About Bluebell Wood 

Bluebell wood is an area of ancient woodland, popular with dog walkers.  


Bluebell wood is the last piece of what was a much larger woodland called Tottenham Wood. 

In 1619, Tottenham wood covered 157 hectares.  


Most of the trees are sessile oaks. 

Despite its name, you won’t find any native bluebells in the wood. You can sometimes see an occasional Spanish hybrid bluebell that has spread from neighbouring gardens. 

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Location and directions


Winton Avenue
London, N22


How to get to Bluebell Wood (external link).

Page Last Updated:

July 16, 2021

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