Knights, Ghosts & Autumn Colours Walk in Cranford Park
Saturday 03 November 2018
11:00 to 12:30
In November FORCE is suggesting that our members and friends join Cranford Park Friends for a 90-minute guided walk, enjoying the autumn colours and the fascinating history of the park. You will be able to see the River Crane in it's upper reaches as it flows into the Feltham, Twickenham, Isleworth reaches before flowing into the Thames.
Cranford Park has diverse wildlife and habitats ranging from wildflower meadows, grassland and ornamental woodland, to the wetland of the River Crane, which runs its entire length. Much of it is a Conservation Area, with several Grade II Listed buildings, including medieval St. Dunstan’s Church, an extensive Ha-Ha and the 18th century Stable Block and Cellars of former Cranford House. It features in the London Parks & Gardens Trust’s ‘Inventory of Historic Green Spaces’ and is centrally positioned among the Crane Valley’s parkland chain, stretching from Harrow to the river’s confluence with the Thames.
It is an easy location to get to and there are excellent directions on Cranford Park Friends website.
Secretary of Cranford Park Friends
Information Centre at Cranford Countryside Park