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Headstone Manor ParkNewton Park WestMinet Country ParkCranford Countryside ParkCrane ParkKneller GardensBedfont Lakes Country Park

Headstone Manor Park

Toilets: Every day except Mondays

Cafe: Every day except Mondays

Heritage Feature: Medieval manor house and moat. The Headstone Museum (11-3 am Thursday-Sunday)

Nearest Station: North Harrow (London Underground)

Located in Harrow at the top end of the western arm of the Yeading Brook. There is a medieval manor house here with a moat, a museum and a children’s play area.

Newton Park West

Nearest Station: Rayners Lane or South Harrow (London Underground)

Located in Rayners Lane, this park is a good place to view the eastern branch of the Yeading Brook which in many other places is obscured from view. There is a constructed wetland at the park which helps to purify the water.

Minet Country Park

Nearest Station: Hayes and Harlington or Southall (Nation Rail)

Located on the Yeading Brook at Hayes. There is a public cycle track.

Cranford Countryside Park

Toilets and Cafe Coming Soon!

Heritage Feature: The Stables and the cellars of the former Cranford House

Nearest Station: Hayes and Harlington (National Rail) or Hatton Cross or Hounslow West (London Underground)

Located on the River Crane close to the M4, this historic site at the southern end of the Hillingdon Trail was the former home of the Berkeley family. A major Heritage Lottery Fund project is set to restore the historic core of the site and also provide a cafe and toilets in the near future.

Crane Park

Toilets: LIMITED to Sunday afternoons only (1.30pm-4.00pm when the Tower is open)

Heritage Feature: The tower at Crane Park Island (a remnant of the former Hounslow Gunpowder Mills). Open Sundays, 1.30pm-4.30pm.

Nearest Station: Feltham or Whitton (National Rail)

A large and leafy park on the Crane in Whitton, with an on-site nature reserve at Crane Park Island. The historic tower -  a vestige of the former gun powder mill that was once located here - is perhaps the Crane Valley’s most iconic heritage feature.

Kneller Gardens

Heritage Feature: Start of Lower Duke of Northumberland’s River

Nearest Station: Whitton or Twickenham (National Rail)

Just downstream from Crane Park, this lovely park is located where the Lower Duke of Northumberland's river splits away from the Crane.  There is a cafe, toilets and a children’s play area.

Bedfont Lakes Country Park

Nearest Station: Feltham (National Rail)