Explore the Wandle Trail and get a FREE GIFT & BIKE MOT
As part of Wandle Fortnight (September 8th – September 23rd 2018), a community led celebration of all things in the Wandle Valley, the regional park trust, will again hold its ever popular Wandle Wheeler led bike rides along the largely traffic free Wandle Trail, suitable for all ages and levels.
On Sunday 16th September they will be holding one ride in Wandle Park.
The ride will leave at 12:30 and will be finished by 14:30.
To take part in the bike ride please register using the link
Nick Barnett took these photos after the heavy rain on Tuesday 29th May.
Croydon Environmental Fair 2018 – Saturday 9th June, 11am – 5pm – Wandle Park
This has appeared in the events brochure available in the cafe scheduled for the 27th May. The decision to cancel is because the local military academy students will be doing a river clean up as part of London Rivers Week on the 25th June instead. By leaving it a month it means that there will be more time for litter to build up and give them plenty to collect. Please accept the volunteer and learning officer’s apologies for any disappointment caused.
The rescheduled date for the Keep Britain Tidy Spring Clean is Sunday 25th March.
Join us between 10am and 4pm by the Waddon New Road footbridge over the railway.
Please click here for full details.
Bat Walk is back!
Friday 13th April 2018
Meet: at Wandle Park tramstop
Join us to investigate bat activity in Wandle Park. We will be using ultra-sonic equipment to locate and watch the bats.
Join us on the rescheduled date Sunday 25th March to help clean up the Waddon New Road footbridge entrance to Wandle Park.
Time: 10am – 4pm (note later end time)
Meet: at the Bandstand at 10am, or (if you can’t make it at 10am) look for us near the footbridge and join in at any time.
This event is part of the Keep Britain Tidy Spring Clean – and you are welcome!
The team getting busy – don’t worry, there’s still lots more to do.
(This event has been rescheduled from 4th March.)
Nick Barnett spotted this Little Egret (a small white heron) looking for fish in the pond on Monday (6th Nov).
Click here for more information and a video on identifying the Little Egret, from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO).