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The Stoke Newington Reservoirs are two former Thames Water reservoirs which are now a nature reserve in urban Hackney, with a small visitor centre..
The Stoke Newington Reservoirs are two former Thames Water reservoirs which are now a nature reserve in urban Hackney, with a small visitor centre.
1 Newnton Cl, N4 2RH
+44 20 8802 45
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