Hounslow Heath

Hounslow wide

One of London's largest nature reserves, Hounslow Heath is the last surviving remnant of a once huge heath that covered most of south-west Middlesex. The heath boasts a rich and colourful history which included a period as an army mustering and training ground, a haunt of highwaymen and the venue for one of the world's first commercial airports. Today, the heath is managed for wildlife and supports several rare or declining plant and animal species. There is a car park and an information centre situated close to the Staines Road entrance.
Tel: 0845 456 2796.

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