Beam Parklands

Dagenham, Essex, RM10 9EH

Tel: 0208 227 2332


Beam Parklands truly is a wonderful site with so much potential to grow bigger and even more beautiful. It is home to various species of animals, plants and insects and the biodiversity is incredible. Beam is used by schools and other community groups for both educational and health purposes alongside the everyday park user and dog walker.

In order to keep Beam as beautiful as it is, we need more volunteers to come and help us every Friday from 10am-2pm. The activities range from litter picking, clearing pathways, cutting back hedges, removing incasive plants and every so often there will be a project which brings people together and helps the wildlife (e.g. building nest boxes).

It is a great chance to meet new people, get out of the house and learn new skills! Training courses for different equipment will be available to volunteers and even the possibility of leading your own volunteer session!

If you are interested, please get in contact with us over at the Ranger Service on 020 8227 2332


Volunteers pictured here with one of the benches that they helped to install at Beam Parklands back in 2012.


Hibernacula building on site in July 2013, turning a fly tip of rocks and rubble into an ideal home and hibernation location of invertebrates, amphibians and reptiles.


New signage which was installed at 3 locations at Beam Parklands by our hard working volunteer group.


Our volunteer group in their new uniforms having each completed over 20 hours + volunteering with the Ranger Service.

Meeting Point

The Meeting Point for all events is on the bridge by the entrance off Oval Road North unless otherwise stated. See Map.

Upcoming Events

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Booking events

Booking opens two weeks before each event. To book your place call 0208 227 2332. If you have any access requirements please let us know and we will make the necessary arrangements.