Tag: Epping Forest

The lost pond

  Sitting at the top of Bellringers Hollow uphill from Baldwins Hill pond there is a beautiful pond encircled by some of the oldest beech pollards and coppards in the forest, possibly even in Europe! One of the Beeches is estimated to be circa 1000 years old! This brute of a tree is probably one…
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Have we really got to pick a pocket or two….?

The city of London is “Sui generis”,  of its own kind or unique. Spanning the centuries and tests of time the Corporation is certainly special and part of the very fabric of London. It enjoys and benefits from this unique status and cherishes its ancient traditions, intriguing customs and mysterious guilds. It relies heavily on…
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Car Parks in Epping Forest

Below is a map for car parks in Epping Forest The areas surrounding these car parks will still be subject to the verge parking rules and tickets issued for verge parking. em here *Please remember to respect the forest and take litter home with you* *Please be mindful of other forest users when using the…
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Deer

The deer of Epping Forest are an “ornament to be preserved” within the Epping Forest Act. They are a much loved addition to the forest in the general public’s eyes. Deer were introduced into the forest for Royal hunting and have not just survived but thrived because of the natural habitat and protection. The types…
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