Shrewsburry Park

This large open space has fabulous views over London, Kent and Essex, as well as some wooded areas. While not an official nature reserve, parts of the park are designated conservation areas.

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Riddlesdown Common

Riddlesdown supports the single-most expansive piece of chalk scrub in Greater London alongside pockets of chalk grassland, ancient woodland, old hedgerows, limestone quarries and woodland.

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Richmond Park

Richmond Park works in partnership with The Holly Lodge to provide outdoor learning sessions, with a special focus on SEN groups. Check their website to find more or to book a session.

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London Wetland Centre

Urban Wetlands with over 105 acres of nature reserve to explore, the London Wetland Centre is one of the most important conservation projects of the 21st century.

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Epping Forest

Home to Suntrap – Forest Centre, who have been welcoming schools and families since 1967. From EYFS to A-Levels, they offer workshops, day trips and residentials.

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Hampstead Heath

Did you know that there are more than 30 lakes and ponds in the Heath? From birds to butterflies, hundreds of different wildflowers and trees and all the minibeasts. There’s a lot to explore in this London treasure. 

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Crane Park Island

From gunpowder factory to natural reserve, this 2 hectare site surrounded by the river Crane is a mosaic of woodland, scrub, ditches, ponds and reedbed. Crane Park Island is a multiple Green Flag award winner.

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Bushy Park

Deer in Bushy Park

Bushy Park is the second-largest Royal Park in London and it houses an incredible range of wildlife and habitats.

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