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The City of London intends to build huge new “flood defences” on the Heath ponds. 

The Heath must not be disfigured when neither the law nor public safety require it.




18th Annual Springett Lecture
by Edward Milner
Thursday 2 October, Burgh House, 8pm
doors open 7.30pm for a glass of wine
ALL FREE
'Native trees of the London Area in an era
of Climate Change'


Stop HS2
Major roads closed and hundreds of HGVs a day through Hampstead for the next ten years? 

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and take action now. 






18th Annual Springett Lecture
Thursday 2 October, Burgh House, 8pm
doors open 7.30pm for a glass of wine
ALL FREE
'Native trees of the London Area in an era
of Climate Change'



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on the Hampstead Heath ponds project
by the City of London
and the Heath and Hampstead Society

Newsletter May 2014
Find out what's really happening in our latest newsletter:
  • Save the Heath ponds appeal launched
  • AGM, candidates, Treasurer's Report and Chairman's farewell
  • Hampstead Neighbourhood Forum:  a new plan for Hampstead
  • Exhibition: Hampstead Rediscovered IV
  • Outgoing superintendent Simon Lee's farewell
  • Latest news from Heath and Town.
  • Hampstead Summer Festival

Help wanted Join our all-volunteer Publications Team as a Picture Editor and help us acquire and organise images we can use in print and on the Web. Contact Stephen Taylor

Guided Walks 
With eleven walks in 2014 you're sure to find something you'll like. Tree and bird identification; the hidden Heath; the Heath and Kenwood; wildlife management and ecology; and of course the ponds. To find out more visit our Guided Walks section for details.