Commons Parks Gardens

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The Category Commons Parks Gardens is a subset of Protected Areas in the UK. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all of the Commons, Parks and Gardens which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

common-land.com

Overview

'Around 3% of the land area of England is recognised as common land. On this website you will find a maintained and searchable database of registered parcels of common land in England ... The data is sourced from land registry and other records and was originally compiled by DEFRA ... The information was assembled between 1982 and 1993 as part of the biological survey of common land.'

www.greatbritishgardens.co.uk/browse-gardens.html

Overview

'We started the guide as a hobby in 2002, as at that time there were few resources on the internet to help people plan their visits. The first region we covered was Cornwall and by the time 12 months elapsed more than 200 gardens had applied to join ... With over 500 properties on our guide and more applying to join we should maintain our place as a leading resource for garden lovers.'

www.greenflagaward.org.uk/award-winners/

Overview

'Use our interactive map to view a list of all the Green Flag Award® winners in each region together with a detailed description of the facilities, events and activities at each site.'

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Green Flag Award

www.londongardenstrust.org/guides/index.php

Overview

'Explore a whole host of lesser-known gardens and green spaces in the capital with our series of walks and cycle rides.'

historicengland.org.uk/listing/what-is-designation/registered-parks-an...

Overview

'The emphasis of the Register is on gardens, grounds and other planned open spaces, such as town squares. The majority of sites registered are, or started life as, the grounds of private houses, but public parks and cemeteries form important categories too ... The emphasis of the Register is on "designed" landscapes, rather than on planting or botanical importance ... Registered sites are not open to the public unless advertised elsewhere as being so.'

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Historic England

www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/city-commons/ashtead...

Navigate the Website>>> Explore Ashtead Common with our map [PDF]
Size (acreage)500
Starting fromAshtead Common
Overview

'Ashtead Common is a 200 hectare (500 acre) ancient wooded common with over 2,300 ancient oak pollards located in north-east Surrey. The site has been part of the Epsom and Ashtead Commons Site of Special Scientific Interest since 1955 due to its rich community of breeding birds. It has also been a National Nature Reserve since 1995 due to the decaying wood of ancient trees and the rare invertebrates that live in it. The site includes two ancient Scheduled Monuments - a Roman villa and a triangular earthwork ...'

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City of London Corporation

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www.friendsofbatterseapark.org/the-park

Size (acreage)200
Starting fromBattersea Park
Overview

'Battersea Park is a large (83 hectares/200 acres) Victorian park, built between 1854 and 1870. It was formally opened in 1858. A major programme of work has recently been completed to restore and refurbish many of the Victorian and Festival of Britain elements of the park. There is much to enjoy in this Green Flag Award winning park including ... a grand one-kilometre riverside promenade.'

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Friends of Battersea Park

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www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/parks-and-countryside

Overview

'Parks and countryside sites in Bracknell Forest ... Ranger-led walks take place around the borough all year round. This is a great opportunity to meet like-minded people whilst your body reaps the benefits of exercise in the fresh air. For information about organised walks in your area please see our leaflet.

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Bracknell Forest Council

Area

www.cannonhillpeoplespark.net

Navigate the Website>>> Cannon Hill Discovery Trail
Size (acreage)200
Starting fromEdgbaston
Overview

'Runs along the River Rea from Stirchley to Edgbaston cricket ground. An area with a diverse industrial history (mainly forges and mills in the 16th Century), it is now one of city's five premier parks and has been awarded Green Flag status. There are walkways and cycle routes along side the River Rea aimed at catering for wildlife enthusiasts, those seeking exercise and people looking for a good day out.'

Description from

Cannon Hill Park Friends

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www.broxbourne.gov.uk/leisure-parks-and-green-spaces/cheshunt-park

Navigate the Website>>> Cheshunt Park History Trail [PDF]
Size (acreage)235
Starting fromCheshunt
Overview

'This large Green Flag accredited park is the green heart of the Borough with a large part of the 235 acres covered by a wildflower meadow with hay cut once a year.'

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Borough of Broxbourne

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www.surreyheath.gov.uk/residents/sport-leisure-parks/parks-playgrounds...

Size (acreage)1400
Starting fromSunningdale
Overview

'Chobham Common is famed for its walks and views. In 1968 the Common was purchased by Surrey County Council from Lord Onslow for £1 an acre. Approximately 1400 acres are now managed by Surrey Wildlife Trust who employ a fulltime ranger complete with a distinctive vehicle.'

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Surrey Heath Borough Council

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Area

claphamcommon.net

Starting fromClapham Common
Overview

'One of London's largest open spaces, measuring 87 hectares, situated between Clapham, Battersea and Balham.'

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Friends of Clapham Common

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www.nationaltrust.org.uk/claremont-landscape-garden

Size (acreage)140
Starting fromClaremont Landscape Gardens, Esher
Overview

'Steeped in nearly 300 years of history, this eighteen-century garden is a green oasis in the heart of Surrey within easy reach of London. Once a Dukes' retreat and a playground for princesses, Claremont has always been somewhere to escape everyday life and enjoy simple pleasures with family and friends.'

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www.bristol.gov.uk/museums-parks-sports-culture/the-downs

Size (acreage)400
Starting fromClifton
Overview

'In 1861 Parliament passed the Clifton and Durdham Downs (Bristol) Act securing both the same Downs to be open and largely resorted to as Places of Recreation for the Inhabitants of Bristol and its Neighbourhood for time immemorial.'

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The Downs [Bristol City Council]

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www.oldham.gov.uk/cromptonmoor

Starting fromCrompton Moor
Overview

'Crompton Moor rises above the town of Shaw, and is a unique and popular recreation site in Oldham. The site is great for wildlife. Birdwatchers can see kestrel, red grouse, golden plover, snipe, curlew, skylark and meadow pipit. There are also foxes, weasels, common shrews, stoats and hares ... The Oldham Way and Crompton Circuit local trails also cross the site.'

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thelandtrust.org.uk/spaces/north-east-yorkshire/

Navigate the Website>>> Cudworth Common
Starting fromCudworth Common
Overview

'This scenic park raises above the surrounding area so fabulous views over the RSPB's Edderthorpe Ings reserves and for many miles into the distance can be enjoyed as you wander round this wild green space. Keep an eye open for the intricate wooden sculptures which celebrate both the site's mining heritage and bright new future as community park. Ferrymoor Flash, a small lake (or large pond) which is separated from the main part of the site, should not be missed when visiting the site because of the fantastic range of wildlife such as swans, shelducks, tufted duck and a colourful variety of butterflies that inhabits this small wetland area.'

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The Land Trust

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www.northampton.gov.uk/info/200244/parks-and-open-spaces/306/delapre-p...

Size (acreage)500
Starting fromDelapré Park
Overview

'Delapré is one of the most beautiful public gardens in Northampton and its grounds and the gardens can be enjoyed at all times of the year. This attractive area of 8 acres lies in the southern part of the town just off the main London Road, with open parkland of about 500 acres adjoining the Gardens. At the southern end of the Delapre estate lie Delapre Woods. These were originally cleared and planted when the gardens were laid out. Some fine oak, sweet chestnut and beech remain from this planting.'

Description from

Northampton Borough Council

www.doddingtonplacegardens.co.uk

Size (acreage)10
Starting fromDoddington
Overview

Doddington Place Gardens is part of a 850 acres Edwarding estate, located on the edge of Doddington village, near Faversham in Kent.'

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discovernorthernireland.com/Dungannon-Park-Dungannon-P3166/

Size (acreage)70
Starting fromDungannon Park
Overview

'A seventy-acre oasis centred round an idyllic Stillwater lake. The magnificent scenery invites the spending of your leisure time, whether you're a resident of South Tyrone, or a visitor from anywhere in the world.'

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Discover Northern Ireland

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www.elmbridge.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/countryside/

Navigate the Website>>> Download a Map of Esher Commons [PDF]
Size (acreage)1300
Starting fromEsher Common
Overview

'The 1300 acres of Elmbridge Commons are a rich source of enjoyment for visitors, providing a superb area for a leisurely stroll, horse riding, bird watching, dog walking and picnicking. The commons consist of a wide variety of habitats including woodlands, ponds and heathland, and are awash with colour. The value of these habitats has led to most of the Esher Commons being designated a site of special scientific interest.'

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Elmbridge Borough Council

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Area

www.epsom-ewell.gov.uk/residents/venues-and-open-space-hire/thedowns

Size (acreage)600
Starting fromEpsom Downs Racecourse
Overview

'Epsom & Walton Downs, famous for its racecourse, is an area of 600 acres of unspoilt downland. From here, on a clear day, the view takes in much of London as well as panoramas of rural Surrey. The Downs are owned by Epsom Downs Racecourse but the public has a right of access on foot under the Epsom & Walton Downs Regulation Act 1984.'

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Epsom & Ewell Borough Council

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Area

www.stevenage.gov.uk/about-stevenage/fairlands-valley-park/

Size (acreage)120
Starting fromFairlands Valley Park
Overview

'Enjoy a cycle or walk through this popular park in Stevenage. There are several pretty lakes with waterside cycling and walking paths to enjoy.'

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Stevenage Borough Council

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www.gowercommons.org.uk/the-gower-commons/

Starting fromGower Peninsula
Overview

'There are a total of 24 individual commons on Gower covering over 70 square kilometres and constituting 50% of the total land area of the Gower Peninsula ... Historically, most areas of common land in Wales have been open for public access with the consent of the landowner. In May 2005 the Countryside Rights of Way Act (CRoW) established common land, mountain, moor, heath and down as open access land where people can walk in some of the most spectacular landscapes in Wales. These areas are clearly marked on Ordnance Survey Explorer Maps.'

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Gower Commons

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www.hawkstoneparkfollies.co.uk

Size (acreage)100
Starting fromHawkstone Park Shropshire
Overview

'After years of neglect the magical landscape was lovingly restored and reopened in 1993. Parts of the park and the main walking routes contain several flights of steps, some natural ones carved into rock and some man made wooden ones – these can be slippery when wet.'

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Hawkstone Park Follies

See also

Hawkstone Park [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

www.manchester.gov.uk/heatonpark

Size (acreage)600
Starting fromPrestwich
Overview

'Heaton Park is a municipal park in Manchester England covering an area of over 600 acres making it the largest municipal park in Europe,'

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Manchester City Council

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www.highfieldparktrust.co.uk

Size (acreage)60
Starting fromHighfield Park
Overview

'Highfield Park Trust was created in 1996 following the closure of Hill End and Cell Barnes hospitals to provide a diverse rural park for the benefit of the local community. The park has many interesting features including parkland with many mature specimen trees, sports pitches, woodland, a Mediterranean Garden with two petanque courts, a maze, rose gardens, ponds and orchards, all accessible by a network of footpaths and cycle ways ...'

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www.horsellcommon.org.uk/walks/

Starting fromHorsell Common
Overview

'Horsell Common is a Site of Special Scientific Interest ... It includes a Muslim Burial Ground and a number of Bronze Age barrows and protected heathland. The common has thousands of trees. There are parts of the common all over Horsell, isolated from the rest of the common by roads. The common is popular with people from Horsell and Woking Borough. There is a large amount of wildlife on the common.'

Area

www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/hyde-park/map-of-hyde-park

Size (acreage)350
Starting fromHyde Park
Overview

'Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Hyde Park, one of the capital's eight Royal Parks. Hyde Park covers 350 acres and is home to a number of famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers'€™ Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.'

Description from

The Royal Parks

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parks_and_open_spaces_in_the_London_Borough_of_I...

Overview

'The London Borough of Islington is short of large parks and open spaces, given its status in recent decades as a desirable place of residence. In fact, Islington has the lowest ratio of open space to built-up areas of any London Borough. The largest continuous open space in the Borough, at 11.75 hectares (29 acres), is Highbury Fields.'

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www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/city-commons/kenley-...

Size (acreage)139
Starting fromKenley Common
Overview

'Kenley Common is a 56 hectare (139 acre) public open space located in the London Borough of Croydon. It forms part of a larger area of open countryside, within the London Green belt, that links London with the wider countryside of Surrey.'

Description from

City of London Corporation

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www.kenningtonpark.org

Starting fromKennington Park
Overview

'The Park boasts a huge variety of trees and you can discover them in a Tree Walk Leaflet. And the Nature Trail with its activity packs brings children into closer contact with – and a deeper understanding of – the natural world around them.'

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www.knowsley.gov.uk/things-to-do/parks-and-green-spaces.aspx

Overview

'Knowsley has four borough parks and 17 local parks and natural spaces.'

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Knowsley Council

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www.visitlancashire.com/things-to-do/great-outdoors/parks-and-gardens

Overview

'Lancashire boasts some of the most exciting and beautiful parks and gardens in Britain today. The abundance of vast open spaces and fresh air makes Lancashire ideal for visiting during any season of the year. Nestled in Lancashire’s spectacular countryside discover a variety of stunning gardens and country parks alongside stately homes and historic landmarks.' Descriptions of over sixty locations.

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www.solihull.gov.uk/Resident/Leisure-parks/parks-and-open-spaces/parks...

Starting fromMalvern and Brueton Park
Overview

'Two parks in one, Malvern and Brueton Parks, are perfectly located in the town centre. With Green Flag Park status, the space offers visitors and locals an easily accessible space to relax and play.'

See also

Parkridge Centre, Brueton Park, Solihull [Warwickshire Wildlife Trust]

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mitchamcommon.org/maps-and-walks/

Starting fromMitcham Common
Overview

Four 'Suggested Walks' around the Common. Within the Map 'click on the place names to find out more about each area'.

Description from

Mitcham Common Conservators

Nearby

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/morven-park

Size (acreage)20
Starting fromPotters Bar
Overview

'20 acres of peaceful parkland located in the heart of Potters Bar.'

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www.sutton.gov.uk/info/200453/parks_trees_and_open_spaces/1149/parks_a...

Starting fromOaks Park
Overview

'Oaks Park is a mixture of landscapes, including formal horticulture, natural chalk meadows, woodlands and informal parkland. It is much loved by both dog and recreational walkers. There are a number of interesting walks based in Oaks Park and pass through it.'

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www.painshill.co.uk/visit-us/

Size (acreage)158
Starting fromCobham
Overview

'If you are looking for a garden to visit then come to Painshill. The 158 acre wonderland has something for everyone and makes a great family day out. Discover the mystical follies, historic plantings, the John Bartram Heritage Collection of North American trees and shrubs (Plant Heritage, NCCPG), and some of Surrey's amazing wildlife.'

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Area

www.discovernorthernireland.com/Peatlands-Park-Dungannon-P2847

Starting fromPeatlands Park
Overview

'Some 12 miles of pathways criss-cross Peatlands which is largely level and with no steps. These pathways - many of them originally bog tracks - are composed of a variety of surfaces ranging from broad road-like tarmaced ones to narrow gravel, grass and wood chip ways. Five feet wide boardwalks have been constructed over or around those areas most liable to flooding.'

Description from

Discover Northern Ireland

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www.cheltenham.gov.uk/info/33/parks_and_open_spaces/350/pittville_park

Starting fromPittville Park
Overview

'Opened in 1825, Pittville Park is the largest ornamental park in Cheltenham and features the magnificent pump room and lakes. This park is given a grade 2 listing under the English Heritage register of historic parks and gardens, with the pump rooms as a Grade I historic building.'

Description from

Cheltenham Borough Council

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www.reigate-banstead.gov.uk/info/20282/priory_park/124/walks_and_wildl...

Starting fromPriory Park, Reigate
Overview

'Since its restoration in 2007 Reigate Priory Park has become a popular destination park for many families living within Surrey ... Beautiful formal gardens, a lake and woodland. There is something for everyone at this lovely park in the heart of Reigate.'

Area

www.shropshiretourism.co.uk/attractiondetails.php?estid=2839

Size (acreage)29
Starting fromQuarry Park
Overview

'Shrewsbury is fortunate to have its own beautiful, 29-acre parkland known as The Quarry ... The Quarry has been our most important site for recreation since the 16th Century. It is the perfect place to relax, enjoy walks, picnic, fish along the banks of the River Severn, or just let off steam.'

Description from

Shropshire Tourism

Nearby

www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/queens-park/

Size (acreage)30
Starting fromQueen's Park
Overview

'Queen's Park is a fine example of a well-loved and hugely popular city park. The overall aim of the City of London is to provide well looked-after surroundings and facilities to meet the needs of the park's many visitors, remaining true to the vision of its Victorian founders.'

Description from

City of London Corporation

See also

Park Finder [London Borough of Brent]

www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/harlow-carr

Size (acreage)68
Starting fromRHS Harlow Carr
Overview

'Set in a valley and very much a part of the Yorkshire countryside, the garden has a wide variety of growing landscapes, from running and still water to woodland and wildflower meadows.'

Description from

Royal Horticultural Society

Nearby

www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/hyde-hall

Size (acreage)360
Starting fromRettendon
Overview

'There's always something exciting going on in the garden, from woodland walks and gardening workshops to fun family events.'

Description from

Royal Horticultural Society

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Area

www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/rosemoor

Size (acreage)65
Starting fromRHS Rosemoor
Overview

'Rosemoor Garden is an internationally renowned collection of gardens in North Devon, England.'

Description from

Royal Horticultural Society

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Area

www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/wisley/garden-highlights

Starting fromWisley
Overview

'Wisley is now a large and diverse garden covering 240 acres (971,000 m²). In addition to numerous formal and informal decorative gardens, several glasshouses and an extensive arboretum, it includes small scale "model gardens" which are intended to show visitors what they can achieve in their own gardens, and a trials field where new cultivars are assessed.'

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Area

www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/richmond-park

Navigate the Website>>> Download a detailed map of the Park [PDF]
Starting fromRichmond Park
Overview

'Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Richmond Park, the largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks and the biggest enclosed space in London ...'

Description from

The Royal Parks

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saltwell_Park

Size (acreage)55
Starting fromSaltwell Park
Overview

'Its historical and peaceful grounds have earned many awards such as Green Flag and Britain's best park. Some of its facilities include ornamental and woodland gardens, a boating lake, bowling greens, play areas, a maze, educational centre and of course the stunning Saltwell Tower.'

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See also

Friends of Saltwell Park | Saltwell Park [Gateshead Council]

Nearby

www.shenleypark.co.uk/things-to-do/

Navigate the Website>>> Walks Leaflet [PDF]
Starting fromShenley
Overview

'An independent self financing rural Park in Hertfordshire that is free to use. Once a private Estate known as Porters Park, then a site of a Mental Hospital, Shenley Park is now a unique self-funding Park for all. The Park is steeped in history and hosts an Orchard, Meadow, Woodland walks, Historic buildings and an amazing 2 acre landscaped Walled Garden with an amphitheatre ... Shenley Park is also situated at a mid way point on the Timberland Trail. This is a 10.5 mile trail between Borehamwood and St.Albans.'

Description from

Shenley Park Trust

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www.harrowncf.org/SC_home.html

Navigate the Website>>> Link to PDF with more details about Stanmore Common
Starting fromStanmore Common
Overview

'Stanmore Common is the open space in Harrow with the greatest sense of wildness. Visitors feel that they could get lost in the network of winding paths. This sense of remoteness is valued by many visitors but discourages others. The paths can be muddy so except in the height of summer visitors should wear stout shoes or boots.'

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www.heligan.com

Size (acreage)200
Starting fromMevagissey
Overview

'Over 200 acres are now a paradise for the explorer, wildlife, plant lover and garden romantic. Victorian Productive Gardens and Pleasure Grounds beckon, along winding paths laid out over two centuries ago. The Jungle takes you on a sub-tropical journey through bamboo tunnels and under majestic tree ferns, giant rhubarb and bananas whilst the estate reveals a lost world of traditional and rare breeds, wildlife and ancient woodlands.'

Area

www.friendsoftootingcommon.uk

Size (acreage)240
Starting fromTooting
Overview

'With 92 hectares (221 acres), Tooting Common is the largest of our open spaces. The common is managed with the aim of keeping much of its natural character ... Tooting Bec Common and Tooting Graveney Common, together with Streatham Green are the remains of common land that once stretched as far as Mitcham. An avenue of trees marks the former boundary line between the two commons, now to all intents and purposes one.'

Description from

Wandsworth Council

See also

Tooting Common [London Parks & Gardens Trust]

Nearby

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wandsworth_Common

Size (acreage)175
Starting fromWandsworth Common
Overview

'Wandsworth Common has many features similar to Tooting Common, including strong involvement from local users. Its 73 hectares (175 acres) contain ecological and ornamental areas, sports pitches, tennis and bowling, a lake (fishing in season, membership required), trim trail and children's playground.'

Description from

Wandsworth Council

See also

Wandsworth Common [London Parks & Gardens Trust]

Nearby

www.waterlowpark.org.uk

Size (acreage)26
Starting fromWaterlow Park, Highgate
Overview

'Waterlow Park is a 26-acre (11 ha) park in the south east of Highgate Village, in North London. It was given to the public by Sir Sydney Waterlow, as "a garden for the gardenless" in 1889 ...Set on a hillside, the park is set amongst ponds and offers views across the City of London.'

Description from

Friends of Waterlow Park

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www.flintshire.gov.uk/en/PDFFiles/Countryside--Coast/Discover-Wepre-Pa...

Size (acreage)160
Starting fromConnah's Quay
Overview

'Wepre Park is much larger than you may expect. Its 160 acres of beautiful and ancient woodlands, pools and glades follow Wepre Brook along its course almost as far as the village of Ewloe, and are well worth exploring.'

Description from

Flintshire County Council

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www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/west-ham-park/Pages/...

Size (acreage)77
Starting fromWest Ham Park
Overview

'West Ham Park, the largest park in the London Borough of Newham, has been owned and maintained by the City of London Corporation since 1874 and is a Registered Charity ...'

Description from

City of London Corporation

Nearby

www.wpcc.org.uk

Size (acreage)1140
Starting fromWimbledon Common
Overview

'Wimbledon Common is a large open space in Wimbledon, south-west London, totalling 460 hectares (1,140 acres). There are three named areas: Wimbledon Common, Putney Heath, and Putney Lower Common, which together are managed under the name Wimbledon and Putney Commons. Putney Lower Common is separated from the rest of the Common by about 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometres) of built-up area of southwest Putney.'

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  148. Gateshead
  149. Gedling
  150. Gloucester (City)
  151. Gosport
  152. Gravesham
  153. Great Yarmouth
  154. Greenwich
  155. Guildford
  156. Hackney
  157. Halton
  158. Hambleton
  159. Hammersmith Fulham
  160. Harborough
  161. Haringey
  162. Harlow
  163. Harrogate
  164. Harrow
  165. Hart (Hampshire)
  166. Hartlepool
  167. Hastings
  168. Havant
  169. Havering
  170. Hereford (City)
  171. Hertsmere
  172. High Peak
  173. Hillingdon
  174. Hinckley Bosworth
  175. Horsham
  176. Hounslow
  177. Huntingdonshire
  178. Hyndburn
  179. Inverclyde
  180. Inverness-shire
  181. Ipswich
  182. Isle of Anglesey
  183. Isle of Man
  184. Isle of Wight
  185. Isles of Scilly
  186. Islington
  187. Kennet
  188. Kensington Chelsea
  189. Kettering
  190. Kincardineshire
  191. King's Lynn and West Norfolk
  192. Kingston upon Hull
  193. Kingston upon Thames
  194. Kinross-shire
  195. Kirkcudbrightshire
  196. Kirklees
  197. Knowsley
  198. Lambeth
  199. Lancaster
  200. Leeds
  201. Leicester (City)
  202. Lewes
  203. Lewisham
  204. Lichfield
  205. Lincoln (City)
  206. Lisburn Castlereagh
  207. Liverpool
  208. Luton
  209. Maidstone
  210. Maldon
  211. Malvern Hills
  212. Manchester
  213. Mansfield
  214. Medway
  215. Melton
  216. Mendip
  217. Merioneth
  218. Merthyr Tydfil
  219. Merton
  220. Mid Devon
  221. Mid East Antrim
  222. Mid Suffolk
  223. Mid Sussex
  224. Mid Ulster
  225. Middlesbrough
  226. Midlothian
  227. Milton Keynes
  228. Mole Valley
  229. Monmouthshire
  230. Montgomeryshire
  231. Moray
  232. Nairnshire
  233. Neath Port Talbot
  234. New Forest
  235. Newark Sherwood
  236. Newcastle upon Tyne
  237. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  238. Newham
  239. Newport
  240. Newry Mourne Down
  241. North Ayrshire
  242. North Devon
  243. North Dorset
  244. North Down Ards
  245. North East Derbyshire
  246. North East Lincolnshire
  247. North Herefordshire
  248. North Hertfordshire
  249. North Kesteven
  250. North Lanarkshire
  251. North Lincolnshire
  252. North Norfolk
  253. North Shropshire
  254. North Somerset
  255. North Tyneside
  256. North Warwickshire
  257. North West Leicestershire
  258. North Wiltshire
  259. Northampton (Borough)
  260. Norwich
  261. Nottingham
  262. Nuneaton Bedworth
  263. Oadby Wigston
  264. Oldham
  265. Orkney Islands
  266. Oxford (City)
  267. Peeblesshire
  268. Pembrokeshire
  269. Pendle
  270. Perthshire
  271. Peterborough
  272. Plymouth
  273. Poole
  274. Portsmouth
  275. Preston
  276. Purbeck
  277. Radnorshire
  278. Reading
  279. Redbridge
  280. Redcar Cleveland
  281. Redditch
  282. Reigate Banstead
  283. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  284. Ribble Valley
  285. Richmond upon Thames
  286. Richmondshire
  287. Rochdale
  288. Rochford
  289. Ross-shire Cromartyshire
  290. Rossendale
  291. Rother (Sussex)
  292. Rotherham
  293. Roxburghshire
  294. Rugby
  295. Runnymede
  296. Rushcliffe
  297. Rushmoor
  298. Rutland
  299. Ryedale
  300. Salford
  301. Salisbury
  302. Sandwell
  303. Scarborough
  304. Sedgemoor
  305. Sefton
  306. Selby
  307. Selkirkshire
  308. Sevenoaks
  309. Sheffield
  310. Shepway
  311. Shetland Islands
  312. Shrewsbury
  313. Slough
  314. Solihull
  315. South Ayrshire
  316. South Bucks
  317. South Cambridgeshire
  318. South Derbyshire
  319. South Gloucestershire
  320. South Hams
  321. South Herefordshire
  322. South Holland
  323. South Kesteven
  324. South Lakeland
  325. South Lanarkshire
  326. South Norfolk
  327. South Northamptonshire
  328. South Oxfordshire
  329. South Ribble
  330. South Shropshire
  331. South Somerset
  332. South Staffordshire
  333. South Tyneside
  334. Southampton
  335. Southend-on-Sea
  336. Southwark
  337. Spelthorne
  338. St Albans
  339. St Edmundsbury
  340. St Helens
  341. Stafford (Borough)
  342. Staffordshire Moorlands
  343. Stevenage
  344. Stirling
  345. Stockport
  346. Stockton-on-Tees
  347. Stoke-on-Trent
  348. Stratford-on-Avon
  349. Stroud
  350. Suffolk Coastal
  351. Sunderland
  352. Surrey Heath
  353. Sutherland
  354. Sutton
  355. Swale
  356. Swansea
  357. Swindon
  358. Tameside
  359. Tamworth
  360. Tandridge
  361. Taunton Deane
  362. Teignbridge
  363. Telford Wrekin
  364. Tendring
  365. Test Valley
  366. Tewkesbury
  367. Thanet
  368. The Scottish Borders
  369. The Vale of Glamorgan
  370. Three Rivers
  371. Thurrock
  372. Tonbridge Malling
  373. Torbay
  374. Torfaen
  375. Torridge
  376. Tower Hamlets
  377. Trafford
  378. Tunbridge Wells
  379. Tynedale
  380. Uttlesford
  381. Vale of White Horse
  382. Wakefield
  383. Walsall
  384. Waltham Forest
  385. Wandsworth
  386. Warrington
  387. Warwick (District)
  388. Watford
  389. Waveney
  390. Waverley
  391. Wealden
  392. Wellingborough
  393. Welwyn Hatfield
  394. West Berkshire
  395. West Cornwall
  396. West Devon
  397. West Dorset
  398. West Dunbartonshire
  399. West Lancashire
  400. West Lindsey
  401. West Lothian
  402. West Oxfordshire
  403. West Somerset
  404. West Wiltshire
  405. Westminster
  406. Weymouth Portland
  407. Wigan
  408. Wigtownshire
  409. Winchester
  410. Windsor Maidenhead
  411. Wirral
  412. Woking (Surrey)
  413. Wokingham
  414. Wolverhampton
  415. Worcester
  416. Wrexham
  417. Wychavon
  418. Wycombe
  419. Wyre (Lancashire)
  420. Wyre Forest
  421. York (City)

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