Cancelled A Walk in the Park

Tottenham Marshes
Cancelled - A Walk in the Park
Tottenham Marshes
Watermead Way
N17 0XD

Sunday, 18 February 2018
10:30 - 12:30

This event has been cancelled - sorry for any inconvenience.


Why not check out our other upcoming walks:

Old Mill and Meadows - Sunday 4 March

Gun Powder Park and Swan & Pike Pool - Sunday 18 March

Sewardstone and Enfield Lock - Sunday 15 Apirl

A Walk in the Park - Tottenham Marshes Circuit

This weeks walk is around Tottenham Marshes taking in the site from Tottenham Hale right up to Chalk Bridge. Great paths make this a good and easy walk to complete and there is much to learn about the site on this walk.

Lee Valley Regional Park Authority took over management of the area in 1972 and since then nature has been a top priority for this site. When you visit this beautiful area you can expect many wildlife species across miles of paths. This is the only “Wild” open space in the London Borough of Haringey with three main areas:- Wild Marsh West, Wild Marsh East and Clendish Marsh. The area is important for plants and for reptiles and amphibians and walking round you will discover the work we have done in this industrialised part of London to benefit the wildlife.

The history of the site is also interesting and the Marshes were once Lammas meadows were Hay was grown from Spring to July and then grazed through the Autumn and Winter.  The Lammas was important for local people as it provided year round food for their animals mainly cows, sheep, and horses.

You will also learn about The East Hale allotments which are a remnant of the war effort to get Britain growing. Living Under One Sun was set up in 2008 and is based on the East Hale Allotment Site. The project is inspiring local residents to grow and cook their own produce - while building friendships, skills and communities.

So if you are looking for wildlife, history and community growing this is certainly the walk for you.

Meeting Point

  • The meeting point for this walk is Tottenham Marshes car park off Watermead Way.

  • Grid ref. TQ3505190596

  • Nearest postcode:

Top tips

  • Please wear suitable and comfortable clothing for the walk

  • Bring some water and snacks to keep yourself energized

  • Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead

Getting here

By train: the nearest stations are Northumberland Park and Tottenham Hale on the Liverpool Street line (10 minute walk)

By bus: routes 76, 192 and 363 stop on Watermead Way (5 minute walk)

By car: the car park can be reached from the A1055 which is close to the A406 North Circular


Apologies, this event has been canceled. Sorry for any inconvenience.


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