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- Very pleasant to walk around the gardens, they are very well kept.
There are some beautiful plants and flowers there.
The mansion is a little run down and needs some attention, its lacking in love by the looks of it.Written July 9, 2022
- Easier access to many local routes, bus stop just outside. Station is always kept cleaned and most of the time there are staff available. Central line tube very frequent. Cab firms are just outside.Written October 20, 2019
- This little hidden treasure in Ilford is both surprising and beautiful. Steeped in history and some mystery it's a must for locals who should be very proud of it and for all history buffs. Who knew!Written November 9, 2019
- I would be very ver interested to go the Holocost Museum as I have seen it on TV never in real life I also live in IlforI would like to visit this important reminder/Memorial to us all of faiths to make sure this NEVER EVER HAPPENS AGAIN IN THE WORLD I WATCHED THE FILM SCHINDLERS LIST AND ANOTHER ABOUT AUCHWEITZ ABSOLUTELY AWFUL IN ANY GOOD PERSONS MIND HATRED IS EVIL MY MOTHER JANET TOLD ME AND MY FATHER AHMED THEY ALSO RIP ARE NOT ALIVE NOW AND ALSO RIP TO THE HOLOCAUST and all faiths that have had devastation in Countries and their peoples. This is a matter I wanted to comment on to keep the peace in the World for Humanity reasons. I wish everybody well Ameen.
Fatima xxWritten April 4, 2019
- Good local Town hall. Impressive Grade II listed Victorian building. Located in i'ford town centre, on tne high road.Written April 25, 2019
- The Vortex is an unusual sculpture, on the top of Gants Hill roundabout. It really is a great local icon!?Written April 3, 2019
- The historic Ilford War Memorial and garden is located in Newbury Park. The memorial and gardens were unveiled on the 11th November 1922 by H.R.H. Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll and dedicated to the memory of the fallen during World War I. The funds to erect the memorial garden, memorial hall and bronze soldier monument appear to have been raised by public subscription. The hall had formed part of a children’s hospital ward adjacent to the memorial gardens and was opened on 25th June 1927 by the memorial hall which lists the 1,159 names of the Ilford men killed in action. It is only a 4 minute walk from Newbury Park Tube Station.Written June 25, 2018