Once a privately owned estate, the nature reserve at Bedfords Park, near Havering-atte-Bower, is one of Havering’s largest parks covering 215 acres of historic parkland and valuable habitats including home to a herd of captive red deer, wildflower meadows, exotic trees, woodpeckers, butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies. The upper section of the park offers a more landscaped parkland, while the lower section is managed for wildlife. Built on the site of the former mansion offering superb views across the borough to London, our Nature Discovery Centre offers visitors a warm welcome and the opportunity to find out about the wildlife within Bedford’s Park whilst enjoying hot and cold refreshments and a gift shop, run by a friendly team and wonderful volunteers who are passionate abo

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