Rea Valley images

Mary Vale Road looking towards Hazelwell across the Rea Valley

Holders Woods from Holders Fields

 Willow trees mark the bank of the old Rea

A muddy ditch bordered by wild garlic on the old course of the Rea

Most of the old channel is now silted up but can still be found in places

The 'engineered' or canalised river today functions like any other river with deposition and erosion commanding the way
Red Campion, seeded in the Queen Mothers' Plantation last winter (2015-16), should provide good flowers during spring 2016

Turkey Tail fungus on a Cherry log

Great view across Holders Pebble Fields and Woods (Image by Sally Hunt)

Welcome Walks from the Kensington April 2016


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