Parks, gardens and open spaces - Shrewsbury Park

Title
Shrewsbury Park
Summary
Formerly part of the Estate of the Earls of Shrewsbury, and located next to Shrewsbury House, this large open space has fabulous views over London, Kent and Essex, as well as some wooded areas.

The Green Chain Walk passes through the site.
Address
Plum Lane,
Plumstead SE18
Area
Plumstead, Woolwich
Map reference
Local Nature Reserve
While not an official nature reserve, parts of the park are designated conservation areas.

Dot Hill, located to the north of the Shrewsbury Park, is a former allotment site that has now reverted to grassland and scrub. It is what is known as emergent woodland. There are all sorts of shrub species growing here that attract a variety of birds. A small stream runs at the eastern end, lined with great hairy willow herb.
Sports and play areas
Shrewsbury Park is part of the Green Chain Walk.
Park rules
https://www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/info/200226/parks_and_open_spaces/1914/rules_of_our_parks_and_open_spaces
Email
parks@royalgreenwich.gov.uk
Telephone
020 8856 0100
Access information
Wheelchair access and disabled parking are available.
Friends of Park website
http://fspark.org.uk/