River Pinns Swakeleys Roundabout
The Pinn flows southwards
Post to the west Willowbank
Major route from London to Oxford
Walk along the Pinn
Area of woodland dominated by pedunculate oak, sycamore and ash. Damp areas support grey, crack and goat willows and the woodland floors are dominated by bramble.
This lies to the east of the River Pinn and is believed to be a remnant of ancient woodland. The canopy is fairly open and unusually, dominated by ash and wych elm. The River Pinn flows through the wood and dense shade has limited the aquatic flora.
Vyners School. This opened as Vyners Grammar School in 1960, later becoming a comprehensive. It is named after Sir Robert Vyner, a former Lord Mayor of London who lived at Swakeleys House at one time
Water Tower Close
A water tower .built in 1906, resembling a church tower,
Department of Transport Web site
London Borough of Hillingdon. Web site
SABRE Roaders Digest. Web site
Vyners School. Web site.