Comments: What a wonderful site. It has brought back so many wonderful memories of Hampstead and Highgate. I had to leave Highgate 40 years ago. Would you please let me know if it would be possible to buy copies from your site. My very best wishes to you all, and thank you
Added: May 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: sacha From: Belsize park
Comments: Nigel,what a wonderful site-well done you!
Comments: I lived in Fitzroy Park 43 years ago. I'd lived there for three happy years. It was a great experience.My house still exists. Great time? great places- Waterlow Park,Highgate Ponds and Highgate!!! It's great to look through the site and recollect all the kid's impressions.
Comments: Last month we visited the beautifull park and we met the lovely friendly and funny dog Daisy a few times. She was playing with two balls in her mouth and kicked the third one with her leg. We have met her near the gate of Parliamentor Hill. I promised to send a photograph of her, wearing a rain coat as well!! Can you please give me the mail adress to whom I can send the photograph?? Lots of greetings, (grandmother) Maria, grandmother of Alexandra and Marcus
Comments: Dear Nigel I have just found your wonderful website! What a lot of work it ust have been to create. I don't know if you remember me. I am still photographing the Heath, some of them on my website google Emilie Selbourne I really hope you are well, be great to see you on the Heath and catch up, Best wishes Emilie
Comments: I used to live in Camden,I moved away a few years ago. Today I went to the Heath and to the freedom of speech stone and was very disappointed to find so much litter strewn around and broken bottles. Can there not be signs for people to not leave their rubbish?. Was lovely to be on the Heath again but would of been nicer if I did not have to spend most of my time putting lazy, ignorant peoples rubbish in the bin.
Comments: Hi There! great website. Just one note on the fungi (or funghi in italian) slides in need of an ID. What you call "Fly Agaricus" it's actually an "Amanita Muscaria" if you are looking for the real latin/scientifical name of it. Plus, I don't know what slide is but I can also recognize a Russula (verde/green) but not sure if it's the Virescens one. Hope it helps Cate
Comments: I love this website,we moved from Muswell Hill to Cornwall in 1999 and make several trips back to London every year and always visit the Heath,there is nowhere quite like it and although it's a lot more crowded than it was years ago it will always be a magic place for both of us. One problem with the website is I don't seem able to save it to my favourites but thats probably just me! Peace'n'Love, Nik and Lynn two old Hippies
Comments: Have had the most fantastic day on Hampstead Heath ... feel rejuvenated after the lovely walks ... saw a mother duck and five of her chicks just walk out of some long grass in front of us ... special .. the flowers were beautiful too ... and just all of it really ... it was a very special day with my daughter.