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

Where to buy and specimen pages

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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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12th January 2018

A new page on the archeological dig has just been uploaded It includes photographs and a written account of the work to date.

The dig team will be resuming their excavations of the Dagnams mansion site on Friday 19th January 2018, weather permitting. All are welcome to join in on this to discover the size and layout of the house and it would be nice to see some new faces. The dig team meet up at the site of the house adjacent to the Lily pond on Monday and Friday mornings between 9.30 and midday. Even if you can not take part in the dig all are welcome to pop along to have a chat whilst walking in the park.

    Don Tait.

 

24th February 2018

If anyone would like to join us on a visit to the nature reserve gardens of Warley Place, Brentwood. We are meeting in the Settle Road car park at 10am Saturday 24th February. Please let us know on the email address above if attending so we can advise the garden owners of the expected numbers.

 

The dates for next litter picks are

February 17th 18th. Meet in the car park 9.15 both days, weather permitting.

See here for the 2018 programme

 

The FoDP AGM took place on 8th February 2018 at My Place in Dagnam Park Drive. Reports,Accounts, Minutes, etc.

 

18th January 2018.

Congratulations to us! our Aviva grant for replacement trees down the avenue from the car park to the house site has been awarded. Thanks to all those who took the time to vote for us. We haven't actually received the funds yet. When we do, we will be seeking advice and support from LBH Parks Dept on where to purchase and the best way to protect the saplings from deer nibbling! Other tree news. LBH Tom Fradd has contacted us regarding replacement oak trees that will be planted in the ancient circle of trees site in the manor. There will be a publicity photo and he asked if any FODP members would attend the photo shoot. Our capital project for 2017/8 is a makeover of the Settle Road entrance. The new information sign is close to completion, and work will be needed to paint and tidy the area.

Alan York