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The only in print history of Harold Hill and Noak Hill.

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Details on the 2013 Extension to the Nature Reserve, includes links to download the entire report which includes the ecological report on protected species, veteran trees, management plans and much more.

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A new page with info on the last residents of Dagnam Park. See here

A major piece of research that I did censusing the birds in Dagnam Park in 1972 is now available on our website. It contains all the individual species maps, fifty year national population trends and more. Go to bird census

17th October 2018.

The 2019 FODP calendar is currently being prepared for printing . We are now taking orders. Contact us at info@friendsofdagnampark.org.uk

Our current archaeological dig days, are now Tuesday and Friday mornings. Starting at 9.30am, finishing around 1pm. Meet us at the dig site for further details. All tools, gloves and refreshments are provided. All welcome........  Alan York

6th October 2018

Last evening Don and I attended the LBH Friends forum. We received our official friends certificate. which means we will receive £1000 for our projects. Finally did you know we got a gold award for the London in Bloom again So good news all round.                             Alan York

 

Saturday, 8th September 2018, saw the start of an exhibition in Havering Museum (High St Romford) entitled, Dagnam Park Its History and People. It closes on Saturday 27th October. The museum is open Wednesday to Saturday 11 am to 5 pm and usual admission prices (£3) into the museum apply (last admission is 4 pm to galleries and 4.30 pm to museum shop). This will be a chance for all those who have been following the activities of the dig team on social media to see some of the finds that have been uncovered. It will also give people a chance to see some of the history behind the park and mansion in a museum setting.