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  • Beddington Farmlands: public hides closed but permissive path remains open (BF tweet 25/3/20)
  • English Heritage - estates & gardens closed till 1st May at least (EH statement 18/3/20)
  • Epping Forest: remains open but all public facilities closed (City of London Corp. statement 24/3/20)
  • Essex country parks - closed
  • Greenwich Ecology Park - closed
  • Hammersmith & Fulham LBC parks - closed
  • Hampstead Heath: all areas, remain open - EXCEPT Kenwood House and surrounding parts of the Kenwood Estate *until 1st May at least* , All public facilities closed (City of London Corp. statement 24/3/20) East Heath Car Park is now closed for public use and only for hospital staff. Also, owing to staff shortages, most of the bins (general and dog waste) have been removed, please take home any litter/ detritus with you (city of London tweet)
  • Herts Wildlife Trust - all hides in HWT nature reserves closed (HWT tweet 23/3/20)
  • Hogsmill NR: closed until further notice
  • London Wetland Centre – completely closed to the public and members (LWC announcement, 22/3/20)
  • Maple Lodge NR - closed (MLNR tweet 24/3/20)
  • National Trust - parks & gardens closed (NT tweet 22/3/20); car parks closed (24/3/20)
  • Panshanger Park - Thieves Lane car park closed but permissive paths remain open (PP tweet 23/3/20)
  • Rainham Marshes RSPB - completely closed to visitors (RSPB tweet 24/3/20)
  • Rye Meads RSPB – closed (RSPB tweet 24/3/20)
  • Walthamstow Wetlands - reserve open to the public 10.30 to 16.00, but visitor centre, toilets and car park closed. Closed outside these hours, even to permit holders. (LWT whats app group 24/03/2020; Walthamstow Wetlands Twitter account 30/03/2020)
  • Waterworks reserve, Lee valley - open (https://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/home/covid19-update/ 26/3/20)
  • Woodberry Wetlands - reserve closed to visitors as of 15.30 on 26/3/20 until further notice (Woodberry Wetlands LWT website 26/3/20). Limited viewing over the site possible from public access along the New River Path.
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