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Dagnam Park 

LOCATION

Harold Hill,

Romford  RM3___

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GOLD AWARD ''LARGE CONSERVATION''

2014, 2016 TO 2022

SILVER GILT AWARD  ''LARGE CONSERVATION''

2015

SILVER GILT AWARD ''COUNTRY PARK''

GOLD AWARD ''CONSERVATION AREA''

2023

Some Highlights of      the Manor !

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  The central area of the park has been parkland for hundreds of years and up until 1946 was in private hands

 

An Area Rich in History.  See remains of an Ancient Moat. View results of the ongoing Archaeological Dig to uncover an old demolished Manor House and it's Estate. Home to the Neave family for  almost 200 years.

 

Hatters Wood is significant ancient woodland and there are ancient meadows to the east of the car park area.

 

 

The Lily Pond was once the ornamental pond associated with the Dagnams Manor House to the north west.

 

 

The Round pond was once thought to be a bathing pool but is now thought to be a "dipping pool" used to store water to irrigate the garden. It is contained within what was once the Manor House's walled garden.

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The park is home to a large number of interesting animals and plants. It is one of the most important sites in East London for the great crested newt and has an ever increasing herd of wild fallow deer. Not to mention those stunning bluebells which may be under threat from the deer.

Details on the 2013 Extension to the Nature Reserve - CLICK HERE

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