Unfortunately we regret to inform you this event has been cancelled.
During this week's 'A Walk in the Park' we explore the historical and scenic landscapes of the River Lee Country Park.
River Lee Country Park stretches between Waltham Abbey in Essex and Broxbourne in Hertfordshire. This 1,000 acre park has a huge variety of wildlife and history within the River Lee Country Park and this walk particularly looks at the wildlife of 70 Acres Gravel Pit.
This walk will loop around 70 Acres gravel pit a haven for wildlife and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Also the home of the Bittern Information Point one of the best places to see Bittern in the winter in the UK.
Great paths make this a very easy walk and if you are into bird watching this is a great walk to do. There will still be plenty of summer birds around and always the chance of seeing something special.
The meeting point for this walk is Fishers Green car park off Stubbins Hall Lane off the Crooked Mile
Grid ref. TL3772103192
Postcode: EN9 2EE
Please wear suitable clothing and shoes for the walk
Bring some water and snacks to keep you going
Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead
By bus: 250, 251 - 30 minutes walk through River Lee Country Park or 505, 555 stop in Holyfield Road 10 - 20 minute walk on busy road (no footpath)
By train: the nearest station is Cheshunt, it is then a pleasant two mile walk through River Lee Country Park. Follow the signs to Lee Valley Park Farms through this beautiful country park.
By car: Fishers Green is two miles north of Waltham Abbey on the B194 and just four miles from the M25.
This event has been cancelled. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
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