Darlands Nature Reserve

The Darlands Nature Reserve sits in the Totteridge Valley between the villages of Totteridge and Mill Hill in the London Borough of Barnet. The 32 hectares (80 acres) of woodlands, wetlands, grasslands and the Darlands Lake are home to a diverse community of wildlife and boast some wonderful rural walks with spectacular views across the valley.

© Caroline Stock


The trustees invite you to a presentation of their plans at
Totteridge Village Hall
36 Badgers Croft, London, N20 8AH.
On 20th June between 8:00pm – 9:30pm

Please come along to meet the trustees, view and discuss our plans and find out how you can help.

© Dianne Murphy

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Support Darlands Conservation Trust and help us to make Darlands a wonderful place for people and wildlife.

© Dianne Murphy

Explore Darlands

Whether you’re walking the dog, stretching your legs, looking to escape the hustle and bustle, connect with nature, be a wildlife watcher, explore the environment or just get some fresh air, Darlands is just the place.

© Dianne Murphy


Darlands has a mosaic of habitats, woodland, grassland, scrub, carr and open water. These provide food and shelter to a rich diversity of species. Some of these species are well recorded others less so.

© Dianne Murphy


About Darlands Conservation Trust

Darlands Conservation Trust is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation established by a group of local people who share a love for the Darlands nature reserve.

© The Darlands Conservation Trust

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