Laughter in the Landscape: a walk to celebrate ‘Grimaldi Sunday’ CANCELLED

Explore ‘Appy ‘Ampstead.  

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Why is it called a Heath? A complex patchwork CANCELLED

On Hampstead Heath it’s not hard to find woods, formal parkland, and grassy fields. What it’s hard to find is heathland – so where did the name come from?

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Heath Astronomy: a down to earth transit CANCELLED

Discover all things astronomical and the rich heritage around the Heath with Lester Hillman. NB Restricted numbers – advanced booking essential 07941 528 034 hhs.walks@gmail.com

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Hampstead Heath from the 1820s to the 1920s: a century-long campaign CANCELLED

The battle for Hampstead and Kenwood.

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The history of the Hampstead Heath ponds CANCELLED

From Medieval fish ponds to reservoirs for London to the recent controversies surrounding the dams project. All that and the chance to find out whether Winter Swimmers reallly are made of something else.

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The Hidden Heath: signs of the Heath’s past

Hampstead’s Heath pictorial historian and archaeologist Michael Hammerson interprets what lies beneath, adding a new dimension to your enjoyment of the Heath.

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The Hampstead Heath Extension CANCELLED

Discover the delights of the Heath extension, saved by the ‘benevolent tyrant’ Henrietta Barnett  in 1907, its ponds, hedges, trees, and its history, in the company of the man who knows it best.

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Nature and wildlife of Hampstead Heath CANCELLED

Marsh Marigold, purple loosetrife, water mint, lady fern , lily of the valley, cowslip, oxeye daisy, muntjac deer, grass snakes, moles, foxes, hedgehogs, six species of bats, over 180 bird species, a quarter of Britain’s spiders, 25 species of butterfly, 18 species of dragonfly and damselfly, 500 species of fungi including rare bracket fungus. You …

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The History of the Hampstead Heath Ponds CANCELLED

This walk, led by Marc Hutchinsion, will explore the history of the Heath ponds

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Sandy Heath CANCELLED

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