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Join a beachcombing tour Pass through Blackheath and you’ll stumble on a large plot of forest which is delightfully quiet, considering its location near busy Shooters Hill.
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of Courney Cox’s post-Friends sitcom Cougar Town will be familiar with the concept.
So whether it’s just a gentle Sunday amble with friends you’re after, or you’re looking to get knee deep in a local conservation project, we’ve listed the best ways to swap those shiny brogues for a pair of muddy wellies in London.
A little slice of nature nestled right in the middle of bustling King's Cross, Camley Street Natural Park is sadly very easy to miss, hidden away on a quiet side street near Granary Square.