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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.

18th August 2019

The annual FODP picnic in the park took place as scheduled, in fine weather.


28th September 2019

For the 4th year running Dagnam Park (The Manor) Local Nature Reserve has been awarded Gold in the Large Conservation category in the London in Bloom Awards.....I would therefore like to thank all those that go on litter picks throughout the year as well as those dog owners who pick up litter as they go around walking their dogs. I would also like to say a very well done to all those from the Friends of Dagnam Park who work hard in keeping the nature reserve up to and beyond the standard that the London in Bloom judges are looking for, but more importantly for having their persistent commitment and dedication to the nature reserve. Dagnam Park would not have fared as well in any of the groupings that the London Borough of Havering uses without their commitment.

Don Tait.

"Harold Hill Then and Now" is the title of a talk to be given by Dave Ainsworth at this month's Open Library talk in Harold Hill public library on Tuesday 26th November from 11am-to-12 noon. Admission £1 includes refreshment (tea/coffee & biscuits). That's cheaper than Greggs, Costa Coffee or Starbucks!

For a full list of 2019 events click here.

We carry out a series of events and litter picks throughout the year. Litter pickers are supplied as are black sacks but because of the conditions underfoot please wear appropriate footwear. The litter pick will be cancelled if the weather is bad and a post will be placed on this website as well as on the Dagnam Park (The Manor) Harold Hill facebook Users Group. Meet in the Settle Road car park 9.15 for 9.30

We also meet every Tuesday from 9.30am as a working party. Currently we are renovating the Settle Road entrance pathways and fencing. We also meet at the archaeology manor house dig site every Friday, again from 9.30am. . All tools, gloves and refreshments are provided. All welcome...............  Alan York


Romford Recorder, 27 September 2019.

The conclusion of the alleged illegal deer shooting case in Dagnam Park. It appears that the court accepted the defence argument that the animal was originally shot and wounded (legally) inside the priory small holding and then finished off (also legally) in the park after it escaped through the fence. This highlights the dangers and potential risks of unorganised deer culling.       Del Smith.



26th September 2019

Great news for all the campaigners who fought to save the Gooshays Gardens Green from Havering council's "would be" developers. They have succeeded. They now need to cement their victory by legally securing the green for all time. The fight is not over but complete victory is within their grasp.