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8 July 2014

Go cycling on Ingrebourne Hill

Once a farm, then a gravel pit, then a landfill site, and later landscaped into a gentle artificial mound, Ingrebourne Hill covers more than 130 acres of the London Borough of Havering beside the River Ingrebourne, in the care of the Forestry Commission. The Hill is a country park and includes a specially-built mountain bike track.

The hill also features miles of ordinary walking and cycling trails, and a lake called Lake Stillwell and a community woodland, hence the involvement of the Forestry Commission. There are also fine views from its viewpoint south to the Thames and the South Downs, and west to central London,

For more, see http://www.forestry.gov.uk/ingrebourne

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