Part of the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival
Join us for a family-friendly session in the community garden on Wednesday 24th July.
Drop in any time between 11am and 3pm. Activities include: identifying plants, finding out about what you can grow in a small space, tips about looking after plants and harvesting from them – plus tasting and sampling some of the produce.
Free event, just turn up, all ages welcome – from novice to expert! Children must be accompanied by a parent or carer.
You will find us near the Cornwall Road park entrance near the Wandle Park cafe.
For more information contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org
Making London Greener
For more events check out https://nationalparkcity.london.gov.uk
The Putney and Wimbledon Brass Band will be playing in the Bandstand in Wandle Park on Sunday 21st July from 3pm – 5pm which is part of the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival.
Join us for an afternoon of entertainment with the Putney and Wimbledon Brass Band which will be playing a mix of popular and traditional tunes, having fun while doing so! During the interval, local children and young people will be playing their chosen brass instrument for the audience. If your child would like to play ( all levels) during the interval then please email Catherine at email@example.com for more details.
This event is free and open to all. Limited seating will be available or bring your own blanket to sit on.
For details of all free events across the city from 20 to 28 July please check out the website https://nationalparkcity.london.gov.uk
‘Words and Music in the Rose Garden’ is part of the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival.
Come and discover London’s amazing outdoors with free events across the city from 20 to 28 July. The Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival invites you to discover London’s amazing outdoors with events across the city, from outdoor fitness sessions and live performances to bee-keeping and open water events for the family. The Mayor of London is working with the National Park City Foundation, other partners and Londoners to make London the world’s first National Park City. Join a festival event from 20 to 28 July, and let’s together make our city greener, healthier and wilder.
Enjoy an afternoon of poetry, spoken word, songs and music, in the lovely setting of the Rose Garden in Wandle Park on Sunday 21st July 1pm to 3pm.
Light refreshments provided by the Wandle Park cafe. This is a free event but please book a place. Aimed primarily at senior citizens but their families and carers are also welcome.
Please email Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to let us know you are coming!
Croydon Symphonic Band
will be playing
in the Wandle Park Bandstand
on Sunday 7th July
from 2.30pm until 3.30pm
Free to all!
Click here for the Croydon Symphonic Band website.
Poetry on a Summer’s Day
Sunday 30th June 2019
2pm – 5.30pm
on The Bandstand
Wandle Park, Croydon CR0 4XT
Come and read your poems –
or just come and listen
Wandle Park tramstop, or buses 157, 407, 410, 455
Visit the Poets Anonymous website or email poets [at] poetsanon.org.uk
Bamstock 2019 – Wandle Park, Sun 15th June, 11am – 7.30pm
ANY ASPIRING JOE ROOTS, OR ANYA
SHRUBSOLES OUT THERE?
The Friends of Wandle Park are putting out a
call to all current, ex or wannabe cricketers to form a
WANDLERS’ 11 to play THE ROYAL STRIKERS
in a 20/20 cricket match in Wandle Park
on Sunday 23rd June 2019 at 11 a.m.
We understand kit will be provided. Anyone
interested in being ‘in the batting line-up’,
regardless of age or gender, should contact our
very own Andrew at his work address:-
Join Sean Roy Parker on Sat 20th April for a quick litterpick of Croydon’s parks and a chat about his work, followed by a communal potluck lunch. The event marks the start of Sean’s Fungus Press commission at Turf Projects, ‘in)organic~matter(s’.
Open to all, arrive at any time. Bring a veggie or vegan dish to share, warm clothes and something to sit on. Litterpicking equipment provided by Croydon Council.
11:00 Meet at Park Hill Park’s walled garden, then head on towards Reeves Corner.
12:45 Arrive at Wandle Park for the pot-luck picnic
14:00 Litterpick Wandle Park
Welcome to the website for Wandle Park – this is maintained by the Friends of Wandle Park. On this site you can find information about activities in the Park and about the Friends of Wandle Park.
The Park is open during daylight hours throughout the year – for full opening hours, please see the timetables on the gates or visit the Croydon Council website here. The toilets are situated in the café, which is near the children’s play area. (Opening hours for the café vary.) You can also find more information on the Wandle Park pages of Croydon Council’s website here and here .
Please note that the active email address for the Friends of Wandle Park is firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE:- The Waddon Police Safer Neighbourhood Team has announced that, unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances Father Christmas and his Grotto will NOT be making an appearance today. However, the community police will be around during our event in the cafe so please come and say hello.
It’s that time of year again- the annual free wreath making event led by the Friends of Wandle Park volunteers!
Join us on Saturday 15th December anytime between 12pm to 3pm under the covered area next to the cafe and make your own seasonal wreath using a wide variety of foliage such as willow, ivy and conifers. Decorate it using colourful berries, seed heads and herbs such as rosemary.
Add the final touch with some ribbon, cinnamon sticks and dried orange segments! Or bring along anything you wish to add!
Children are welcome as well to have a go at wreath making or they can make their own garland decoration or natural ornament. Please note that children under 16 must be supervised by a parent or carer.
This event is being organised by The Friends of Wandle Park and supported by Hobbycraft (https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/croydon) and Mum’s the Chef at Wandle Park (http://www.mumsthechef.com)
The cafe will be open so that you can buy refreshments including mince pies and non alcoholic mulled wine.
The wreath making activity is free although donations will be welcome to support the activities of the Friends throughout the rest of the year.
There will also be an opportunity to join the Friends as a Member for just £1 and receive a discount card giving you 20% discount on food and drink in the cafe until 31.8 2019