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Walthamstow Marsh (also known as Walthamstow Common Marsh)


Walthamstow Marsh, now designated a Nature Reserve, is one of the last surviving examples of natural marshland in the London area. Grazing ceased in 1934, but was re-introduced in 2003. Hay continued to be cut from parts of the marsh in late summer to help maintain its diversity of plants and animals.

Visitor Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Opening is unrestricted.


Rail: Clapton then bus/walk. Bus: 22a, 55, 56, 48
  • Site of Special Scientific Interest


  • London Parks and Gardens Trust