Can you walk along Yeading Brook?
Enjoy a 5-mile walk at your own leisure along a short stretch of Yeading Brook from North Harrow Station to Ickenham Station. Along the route, follow the signs and waymark posts with the willow leaves and catkin symbol of Willow Tree Walk.
Where does Yeading Brook start?
The Yeading Brook flows southeast into the moat – the only surviving filled moat in Middlesex – at Headstone Manor, now part of Harrow Museum, a 14th-century manor house, formerly the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Built around 1310, it is the earliest surviving timber framed building in Middlesex.
How long is the Hillingdon Trail?
Walk 20 miles through Hillingdon’s beautiful countryside – from Cranford to Harefield – at your own leisure.
Where does the river crane start and end?
London’s Lesser Known Rivers – River Crane The Crane runs south through Cranford Park, follows the eastern perimeter to Heathrow Airport past Hounslow Heath and curving easterly towards Whitton and Twickenham and then north-east through St Margarets and joining the Thames at Isleworth.
Can you cycle the Hillingdon Trail?
Hillingdon cycle circuit is a purpose-built track of full road width and just under 1 mile long. It is located in Minet Country Park and accessed via Springfield Road, Hayes (next to Guru Nanak School).
Where is the mouth of the River Crane?
Can you walk along the River Crane?
A leisurely walk (riverside) starting and finishing in Surrey, England, about 4.40km (2.73 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 1:15h. It is suitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
How long is Hillingdon cycle track?
1 mile long
Hillingdon cycle circuit is a purpose-built track of full road width and just under 1 mile long. It is located in Minet Country Park and accessed via Springfield Road, Hayes (next to Guru Nanak School). Numerous cycle racing events take place at the circuit throughout the year, including National Championships.
How long is the River Crane?
Is the River Crane man made?
Duke of Northumberland’s River: this man-made river has two distinct sections, constructed at different times.
Where is the Yeading Brook in London?
The Yeading Brook is a 16 mile tributary of the River Crane (which is a 8 1/2 mile tributary of the River Thames) in West London. The main source of the Yeading Brook is in the London Borough of Harrow on the east side Pinner Park near Parkfield House close to Headstone Lane Station.
How is the Yeading Brook being restored?
The site has been managed by the Trust since 1987, in an agreement with Hillingdon Council. The Yeading Brook is being restored for wildlife as part of the long-running Crane Valley Project, which is creating river meanders, backwaters, clearing scrub and investigating barriers to fish migration.
What is the typical recent level of the Yeading Brook at Harrow?
The typical recent level of the Yeading Brook at Harrow, Village Way over the past 12 months has been between 0.09m and 0.16m. It has been between these levels for at least 152 days in the past year.
Where does Yeading Brook get its water from?
The Ickenham Stream lightly feeds the Yeading Brook directly upstream of the A40 Western Avenue. This was dug and lined in the early 19th Century to convey water from a Grand Junction Canal-feeder reservoir which in the 1930s became Ruislip Lido.