King George's Field, Monken Hadley :: Shared Description
King George's Fields is a Local Nature Reserve. The twenty hectare site consists of a patchwork of fields, intersected by overgrown hedgerows, narrow strips of woodland and small streams. There are a number of magnificent old oaks, and breeding birds include sparrowhawk, willow warbler and chaffinch. There are also a number of common butterflies and the uncommon chimney sweeper moth.
It is one of many King George's Fields all over the country, established after the death of George V, who died in 1936.
The London Loop walk passes through the site.
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Created: Thu, 28 Apr 2011, Updated: Thu, 28 Apr 2011
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