NE London, Epping, Harlow

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This area is dominated by the Lee Valley Regional Park and Epping Forest, both extending from rural Essex deep into north-east London. Additionally, Harlow has the marshes along the Stort to the north of the town and stretches of common land to the south. Other notable sites are Roding Valley Meadows – ancient flood meadows alongside the River Roding .

The farmland north of the London conurbation includes Ashlyns Farm, one of the very few organic farms in Essex and a Soil Association demonstration site.

Ainslie Wood
Ashlyns Farm
Church Lane Flood Meadow
Epping Forest
   Around Chingford
   Barn Hoppitt
   Gernon Bushes
   Gilbert's Slade
   Green Lanes
   Heart of the Forest
   Highams Park
   Lord's Bushes and Knighton Wood
   Lower Forest
   Thornwood Flood Meadow
   Walthamstow Forest
Harlow & Latton Commons
Harlow Marshes
Hawkenbury Meadow
Hawksmere Springs
Home Mead
Hunsdon Mead
Larks Wood
Lea Valley
   Gunpowder Park
   River Lee CP
   Silvermead
Leyton Flats
Linder's Field
Middlesex Filter Beds
Nazeing Triangle
Parndon Woods and Common
Roding Valley Meadows
Roughtalleys Wood
Theydon Bois
Walthamstow Marsh
Walthamstow Wetlands
Waterworks Nature Reserve
Weald Common Flood Meadows