I finally managed to get out of the house, and snuck in a trip to Morden Hall, despite a cricket session and work.
Although freezing cold, it was quite a nice walk. On the way to the reedbeds, there wasn't much to see, but an unusually high number of gulls were mobile near the reedbeds.
There has been a lot of maintenance in the reeds area, and the side opposite the viewing platform has been made marshy, with loads of Moorhens hanging about there.
It was nice to see (mostly hear) the Cetti's Warbler again, although it was on the furthest parts from the platform.
While having lunch, a Chiffchaff, 30 Chaffinch, a possible Brambling and a f Kestrel were hanging around along the boardwalk.
Then finally after lunch there was a bit more action. Large groups of Redwing started coming through, and then I got a Morden tick by way of the winter invaders - 2-4 Hawfinch flew over calling. And just to finish a pair of Kingfishers - the first photographed at Morden - were hanging around an area of river for 10 mins.
A Goldcrest and Nuthatch might have had a Firecrest in, but were too fast for me to tell.