Off the main A307 at Ham. Bus, R68, 281, 285 Middlesex side and 65, 371 Surrey side.
A network of paths. Horse Riding.
What to see:
Ham Lands local nature reserve is an extensive area of grassland and scrub with abundant wildlife. The site was once extensively excavated for gravel, then back-filled over time with a variety of soil types from all over London. This has created a unique mosaic of different vegetation types attracting many butterfly and bird species. In spring, the site is full of hawthorn blossom and in the summer, the meadows support hundreds of wild flowers.
Contacts for further information and how to get involved:
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames Parks and Open Spaces Team Telephone: 08456 122 660 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or try General enquiries Telephone: 08456 122 660 Email using the online contact form