Highgate might be most famous for its Victorian cemetery, but many pagans know it because it has acres of woodland that are a wonderful site for rituals. There are actually four ancient woods in the borough of Haringey in North London: Highgate Wood, Queen's Wood, Coldfall Wood and Bluebell Wood.
I've been blogging regularly about London's green spaces in an effort to dispel a prevalent myth that it's just all concrete. My posts cover everything from beautiful trees in the Square Mile itself, to gardens in and around Bloomsbury, to rivers running through meadows in south London, to large parks and woods where you can wander for hours.
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