Ruislip Common, the pond
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Ruislip Common, the pond

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The cattle drinking pond at the top of the Ruislip Common, unfortunately, the pond is difficult to spot until you walk into it.

The Ruislip council has some longhorn cattle grazing on the common again which highly improved the area at once. You can see the cattle on this panorama.

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