From Medieval times until the early 20th century, the basic layout of Dagenham Village remains virtually unaltered.
Comprised of a Grade II listed Church, a village green and a 15h century grade II listed pub, this unique area of east London retains a village feel and has heaps of historic character. Definitely a location not to be missed!
You can travel to this location via bus routes or car.
Parking can be made available if required.
Good to know
- The local area features a number of ancient structures, including the parish church, 17th century Vicarage and Cross Keys Public House
- Dagenham Village comprises a number of roughly rectangular shapes that reflect the boundaries of the properties it covers such as the church and The Vicarage
- Dagenham village church yard is a 0.88 hectare local nature reserve