Epping Forest walk with the London Naturally Group

30 July 2017

10:30 - 16:30

Chingford Station
Station Road
United Kingdom
E4 6AL

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RPS Members and Non-members£0.00 

Epping Forest is the largest public open space in the London area, covering 6,000 acres. It is ancient woodland and a former Royal Forest that has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation.

We will meet at Chingford Station at 10:30am and take the short walk along Rangers Road into Epping Forest stopping at Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge dating back to Tudor Times and the Visitor Centre before making our way through the forest to our lunch stop at the Original Tea Hut in High Beach returning back through the forest via the beautiful lake at Connaught Water which has an abundance of waterfowl.

Refreshment points within the forest are limited so we have included stops at the Visitor Centre & Tea Hut.

For for anyone who wants to stay for refreshments after the walk there are a number of Pub, Café and Restaurants available as we walk back to Chingford Station.

Additional information including a downloadable maps are available from City of London website https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/epping-forest/visitorinformation/wheretogoineppingforest/Pages/default.aspx?page=all

If you have any problems booking a place through the website, please e-mail london-naturally@rps.org  

Cancellation policy

This event is free but bookings are necessary because numbers are limited . If you book a place but subsequently find you are unable to come, please let us know so that your place can be allocated to someone on the waiting list.

Hearing and access requirements

We will be walking on some rough, unmade paths which may be muddy, so please wear appropriate footwear and bring a drink to keep you hydrated

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