Woodberry Wetlands

TeRNS Woodberry Wetlands wildlife Stoke Newington Hackney London N16
Stoke Newington's East Reservoir was named Woodberry Wetlands by London Wildlife Trust because of its closeness to Woodberry Down (immediately to the north across the New River). The New River forms the boundary between Stoke Newington (N16) and Haringay (N4).

Address (main entrance on the New River Path, photo) 
226 Lordship Road 
TeRNS Stoke Newington Reservoirs wildlife Hackney London N16London 
N16 5HQ 

Tel 020 8802 4573 
Map ref. TQ325875
 
The Hackney Citizen published an article about Woodberry Wetlands in September, 2014 (opens in new window).
Woodberry Wetlands Stoke Newington Reservoirs TeRNS
Photo: The wall plaque on the listed Coal House building reads “These reservoirs the property of the New River Company were begun in the year 1830 and completed in the year 1833.”
Woodberry Wetlands, Stoke Newington N16
Top Stoke Newington reservoirs © TeRNS 2012 The Reservoirs Nature Society (TeRNS)
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