Haringey's River Moselle Walk

Explore Haringey by walking the route of one of its hidden rivers: The Moselle - crossing the borough from west to east

The River Moselle is Haringey's river. It flows from the Northern Heights in the west to the River Lea in the east. The Moselle is responsible for such sayings as 'When it rains in Muswell Hill, it floods in Tottenham' or 'Highgate's rain is Tottenham's pain'.

Haringey Friends of Parks Forum has produced a guide which describes a walk along the course of the River Moselle. The Forum aims to protect and improve Haringey's parks, nature reserves and green spaces and the river (or stream or brook as it is sometimes called) flows through a number of them. In the guide, we describe the situation in 2012. In some areas, notably in Lordship Recreation Ground (known as Lordship Rec), enormous improvements have been undertaken and when you reach these areas you will be pleasantly surprised by the changes.

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