Monthly Archives: March 2014

Leyton Marsh Moorings: Statement by Concerned Boaters

A meeting of boaters concerned with the implementation of private moorings on the River Lea, London, at Leyton Marshes was held on the 21st March 2012. The mooring site comprises a stretch of river bank approximately 150 metres long on … Continue reading

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Piecemeal Privatisation of Lee Valley Regional Park

Ever since the temporary privatisation of Metropolitan Open Land for a private training facility on Porter’s Field Meadow (Leyton Marsh) for the London 2012 Olympics, we have seen a number of areas of previously open marshes enclosed and part-privatised.  The … Continue reading

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Winner of 2014 Save Lea Marshes Competition

The overall winner of the 2014 ‘What I Love About the Marshes’ photo competition was Rebecca McLaren with ‘Big Sky Over Ice’. Rebecca’s photo will go on the cover of the 2015 Save Lea Marshes calendar, along with 11 other … Continue reading

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