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Area: London (South)

'Battersea Park is situated in London, just a couple of miles south of Marble Arch, considered by many to be the most interesting of all the London Parks. An inner city park with so much variety, h ...
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Category Wandsworth

'Almost half of Clapham Common lies within the London Borough of Wandsworth, but the Common has been wholly managed and maintained by Lambeth Council since 1972.'


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Category Wandsworth

'There is a ramble every Sunday, usually starting from East Croydon station ... Midweek walks are twice monthly, usually using public transport ... Interest visits and ambles are also organised twi ...
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Category Croydon

'Enjoy seasonal highlights, wildlife, history and Instagram views in our garden summer trails: History and Horticulture Garden Trail; Molecatcher Garden Family Trail.'


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'Kenley Common lies in the North Downs Natural Area and is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (Metropolitan grade) for its grassland habitats. With its mosaic of chalk, ...
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Category Croydon

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'Discover Bromley's countryside through nature trails and Bromleys Circular walks or go further afield with The Green Chain Walk (a 40-mile network of footpaths linking the River Thames to Chislehu ...
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Category Bromley

'But if you want to learn a bit more about the centre - how it was created and the work we do here - you can join one of our tours held daily at 11.30am and 2.30pm. There's no need to book and the ...
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Access to details of 14 Nature Reserves around and about Merton.


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Category Merton

'The Common is regulated and administered by the Mitcham Common Conservators. The London Borough of Merton acts as the Conservators' agent, and as such implement the management po ...
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Category Merton

'When you step through the gates, you'd be forgiven for imagining yourself to be in the middle of the English countryside. Surrounded by meadows, trees and the gentle sounds of birdsong and running ...
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Category Merton

'The Club holds monthly meets in the Lakes, Wales and other areas around the country, with the emphasis on walking and not climbing. Monthly day walks are also held in the Home Counties ... Most me ...
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'It was here at The Oaks that the Earl of Derby and his friends devised the famous Oaks and the Derby horse races run at Epsom each year, which bears the name of the house and the peerage. ...
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Category Sutton

'... The park is a National Nature Reserve, London's largest Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Area of Conservation. It is home to the beautiful Isabella Plantation, Pembro ...
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'Kew Gardens is world famous for its historic glasshouses, magnificent vistas and precious specimen trees, not to mention royal buildings, the Pagoda, beautiful woods and great places for children ...
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'South Norwood Country Park is an amazing and unique nature reserve with 125 hectres of wetland, lakes and meadows, it is home to a huge array of plants and animals. We have the countryside on our ...
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Category Croydon

'The landscape comprises areas that are more natural, with a number of woods and grassland, and other areas have been more formally landscaped for recreation or sporting activities. An avenue of oa ...
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Category Wandsworth

'The common includes 25 acres known as "The Scope", an area designed to create an ecologically rich environment. The Nature Study Centre is based here and provides support for ecological a ...
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Category Wandsworth

'The Commons consist of woodland, scrubland, heathland, and mown recreation areas and there are also nine ponds. They are the home to a wide variety of bird, animal and plant life. Being an unfence ...
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'Barnes was listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 under its Saxon name Berne (meaning barn). Until the mid-19th century the village comprised little more than a few shops and inns and some imposing h ...
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'The name Beverley Brook comes from Beaver's Ley, meaning a place where beavers live ...

'The Beverley Brook Walk was produced in partnership with Berkeley Homes, the R ...
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'This walk can be started at several points, such as Horton Country Park car park or Stew Ponds car park on Epsom Common. This route description starts at Chessington South train ...
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'Now Croydon is all about the goings on in and near our town. It's the cultural calendar, news hub and jobs board for Croydon and the local area.'


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Category Croydon

'It takes you through part of Richmond Park, so vast that you think you are in open country, then along the River Thames alongside the UNESCO Word Heritage Site of Kew Gardens and back through Rich ...
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'Environment Bromley (EnBro) is a voluntary unincorporated organisation founded by the late Philip Daniell in 1980 with the aims of conserving and interpreting the natural and man made env ...
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Category Bromley

Three PDF self-guided walking trails: [1] Downe Valley (5 miles) - - - : [2] High Elms (4.5 miles) - - - : [3] Keston Holwood (3.25 miles)


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Category Bromley

'Varied walk on gravel paths, up a steep hill, through muddy tracks and along quiet suburban roads.'


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'The Guides are volunteers from the local community who have been trained and independently assessed. Only when qualified are they entitled to wear the official badge. We aim to introduce our walke ...
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'Richmond was in fact the genteel residence of choice of many of England's richest and most influential Jews. It was one of the first places where Jews came in numbers to live away from their place ...
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'Developed over a year, the website is very much a partnership project, with Kingston University academics, local professionals and Kingston Museum all collaborating to make this site possible. We ...
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'This Website aims to provide the information you need to walk part or all of the route. It includes a "Route" section where you can see "Stage Distance", "Interactive Maps of Each Stage and of the ...
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'Originally from Norfolk, the Lubbocks moved to London to be closer to their banking business. They purchased High Elms in 1808 as a country retreat. The Lubbocks left a real landscape leg ...
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Category Bromley

'Mitcham Cricket Green is a cricket ground in Mitcham, south London (historically in Surrey). It is the home of Mitcham Cricket Club and is reportedly the oldest cricket ground still in us ...
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Category Merton

'This site will become, we hope, an evolving mass of news and views, information about where you live and work that is interesting, stimulating, and which ultimately offers you a voice in your comm ...
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Category Croydon

'In the winter of 2005 Thornhill approached the Putney Partnership with the offer of further sculptures. The Partnership developed the idea of a sculpture trail with the sculptor. Successful fundin ...
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Category Wandsworth

'Explore the history and the countryside along this green corridor which joins the urban area of Kingston with the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. (The Link is also known as the ...
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'The Borough of Merton highlights locations associated with Nelson on their website, and they encourage visitors to see them by walking amongst them. Sadly much of the area has been turned ...
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Category Merton

'A free set of guides and maps can be downloaded from this website and will tell you all about these and many more interesting places, as well as provide details of accommodation, pubs and teashops ...
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Category Croydon

'The River Wandle has two sources, in Waddon and Carshalton, and flows to join the River Thames at Wandsworth. In its industrial heyday, it was Britain’s "hardest working river", with over 90 mills ...
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Category Croydon

'This easy walk is inside the London Travelcard area.'


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Category Merton

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