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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Whitewebbs Wood, Park and Golf Course

The Whitewebbs Country Park in Enfield is made up of a park, a large woodland and the Enfield Municipal golf course. We covered a part of the London Loop trail and that took us through the Whitewebbs Park and Woods. We started off at Capel Manor College and took the Whitewebbs lane which leads you straight to Whitewebbs Wood. You pass through farms and the new training centre for Tottenham Hotspur. We also passed by Toby Carvery which serves freshly cooked roasts. The King and Tinker pub apparently named after King James also is on the way.









The Whitewebbs Wood and Park consist mostly of hornbeam and oak trees. It is a lovely place for walkers. The small lake is home to a variety of water birds including Mallards and Mandarins.




We spent some time taking in the beautiful autumnal colours and then headed back through the golf course onto the path that snakes through the Forty Hall fishing lakes trail.







 

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