Project Status: In Progress. The project will support the Landscape Partnership Scheme legacy by producing a publication that brings together the history and stories of the surviving London Fanns and Marshes in South West Essex. While this will be professionally produced, the research and development of the book will help
Project Status: In Progress Delivery Partners/Stakeholders: London Borough of Havering, Historic England, The Gardens Trust The ‘Designed Landscapes’ project seeks to build capacity within the Land of the Fanns to identify and record heritage so that its heritage significance can be better articulated. There are three elements to the project.
Land of the Fanns 100 Stories Project Kinetika is a Purfleet based arts organisation and we are working with Land of the Fanns to deliver a Community Mapping project. We are inviting local people and communities to identify and celebrate 100 Stories gathered in response to the different Landscape
Project Status: In Progress Delivery Partner: Museum of London Archaeology The project aims to involve local people in the process of rediscovering the Land of the Fanns through hands-on archaeology, both within the landscape and along the jetties and foreshores of the River Thames. As such, there are two elements
Project Status: In Progress Delivery Partner: Museum of London Archaeology The project seeks to connect audiences within the Land of the Fanns to the archaeological finds from the landscape held in the Museum of London and local museum archives. It comprises two key elements: the sourcing and selection of artefacts
Project Status: In Progress Delivery Partners/Stakeholders: Bedfords Park: Friends of Bedfords Park, London Borough of Havering Pages Wood: Forestry England Thames Chase Forest Centre: Thames Chase Trust Langdon Hills: Thurrock Council Davy Down: The Land Trust High House Production Park: High House Community Group Langtons House and Gardens Eastbrookend Country
Project Status: In Progress To provide people with the skills needed to restore, understand and promote built, archaeological and cultural heritage within the landscape. ‘Heritage Skills and Training’ will provide a wide range of training for those implementing the Scheme and help local people to increase their understanding of the