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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Boating at Hollow Pond in Snaresbrook (Leytonstone)

We had planned to go boating at Hollow Pond. Googled but couldn't find much information about it. But we decided to go ahead anyway and it was well worth the time and money.

The pond is a short walk from the Snaresbrook Underground station. It is a natural pond and doesn't look as artificial as most parks/gardens in Central London. The pond is fairly large and it looks lovely. Boats are available on hire (an hour only costs £10). Around the pond, there is a track for walking and cycling. Lots of people had come with their pets. Near the boathouse there is a small eatery too. Good place for a picnic or day out with family and friends.















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  1. Great article and lovely pix. You've helped with with the next chapter of my novel. This chapter is set in Hollow Pond.

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