Welcome to my
personal web site, within which, I hope to share with you the
History and Wildlife of Hainault Forest, gathered over many years,
whilst living close by in Hainault and Clayhall, in the London
The people of Redbridge should be proud of those visionaries
who in 1903 secured Hainault Forest
as an open space, for us, forever.
We are indebted to Edward North Buxton and the Leaders of the Local
Authorities for making it possible.
First sighting. Swan with 6 cygnets
on the lake. With thanks to Laura Worboyes 19th May
The cygnets hatched on Saturday 17th
and were carried on the mothers back.
A self guided walk for you to do
Nature Diary June 2014
Winmill of Chigwell Row
Fairlop Memorial and Remembrance
transport in the forest villages
Hainault Forest GLC period
Forest Keepers of the past
lovely website (without
adverts) which explores native trees found within UK, with
accompanying. photographs. Thanks for sharing with the education
call me Doctor Bell
Because I make my patients well.
Dr Bell or Old Dido
Wasps, Sawflies, Ants
DRAGONFLIES and Damselflies
FLIES and Hoverflies
GRASSHOPPERS and Crickets
SLUGS and Snails
SPIDERS and Harvestmen
TRUE BUGS Shield & Squash and Capsid bug