|Milham Ford Nature Park|
|Managed by:||Friends of Milham Ford Nature Park|
|OS grid reference:||SP570 031|
|Nearest postcode:||OX3 0DJ|
|Usual work:||Pond Work|
Milham Ford Nature Park stream and ponds were created in 2008-2009 in an area that had previously been 8 tarmac tennis courts for use of the previous Milham Ford School. A stream which had been piped underground across the playing field was brought to the surface, meandered and now feeds a complex of 4 interlinked ponds .
Flora and Fauna
Curt Lamberth and Judy Webb are the effective managers on behalf of Oxford City Council
Leave central Oxford via St. Clements on the Headington Road (A420). At South Park turn left onto Marston Road (B4150) and continue for 1 km. The reserve is behind the hedges of a park on your right hand side, on the corner of Marston Road and Haberton Mead. On Sundays there is unrestricted parking on Haberton Mead.