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Hounslow has many wonderful parks and nature reserves - find a park in Hounslow near you...

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Beaversfield Park

Beaversfield Park is situated on Rosemary Avenue, a 10 minute walk from Hounslow West tube station. As one of the few green spaces in a relatively urban area, it is a popular and well used site.

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Bedfont Lakes

Bedfont Lakes Country Park is a designated Local Nature Reserve and Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (of Metropolitan Importance) and has won many national and regional awards for excellence.

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Boston Manor Park

Boston Manor Park is a large historic park surrounding Boston Manor House which was built in 1623 and remained in private ownership until 1924.Most of the land that is now the park was farmland until the end of last century.

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Chiswick Back Common

Chiswick Common was part of the Bishop of London's Manor of Fulham and was rural until the mid C19th with large estates, farms and market gardens.

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Crane Valley Park

Crane Park is in the boroughs of Richmond and Hounslow.  The River Crane flows through the park and the riverbanks are home to a thriving colony of Marsh Frogs and the very rare Water Vole. The largest crack willow in the country grows by its waters.

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Dukes Hollow

A small area of ecological importance by Barnes Bridge on the River Thames

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Feltham Park

Feltham Park was formally known as Feltham recreation ground.

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Gunnersbury Park

Park    Open daily 8am – Dusk

Museum    The museum is now closed for renovation and will reopen in 2017.  During the closure period the Learning and Events service is operating in the Small Mansion.

Gunnersbury Park, Popes Lane, London W3 8LQ

For further details see website: www.visitgunnersbury.org
Contact email : gunnersbury@ealing.gov.uk

 

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Hanworth Park

Hanworth Park, located in the southwest of the borough, is one Hounslow’s Historic Parks and Gardens and was formerly a Royal Park and Palace used by King Henry VIII.

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Hounslow Heath

Hounslow Heath is a designated Local Nature Reserve and Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (of Metropolitan Importance) and is made up of lowland heath, dry acid grassland, woodland, scrub, neutral grasslands, wetlands, wildflower meadows, providing a wild, rugged country setting with a large network of paths for your visit, in what is a heavily urbanised area.

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Jersey Gardens

Jersey Gardens is located in the Osterley and Spring Grove Ward of the London Borough of Hounslow in southwest London. The gardens are owned by the London Borough of Hounslow and managed by Carillion.

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Pevensey Road

This green open space is a designated Local Nature Reserve, and features areas of meadow scrubland, woodland and wetlands alongside the River Crane.

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Redlees Park

Adams & Sutherland have been commissioned by the London Borough of Hounslow to produce a masterplan on refreshing both the landscape and built environment of Redless Park. Please click here for further information.

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Silverhall Park

During winter and spring 2016 we will be enhancing the northern bank of the Duke of Northumberland River in Silverhall Park and the immediate land downstream on Mill Plat.

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St. John’s Gardens

A local park with wonderful children's play facilities, situated off St. John's Road.

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Turnham Green

Turnham Green sits alongside Chiswick High Road, one of the busiest shopping districts in West London.

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