Category: Parks

King George’s Park Phase 2 Online Consultation: Drop in

Public Consultation: Come and join us in King George’s Park on Monday 4 June 2018, 10am to 4pm, to give us your views on our draft Management and Maintenance Plan proposals that have come out of the previous consultation. We are developing long term plans for the future management and maintenance of King George’s Park…. Read More

Wandsworth Heritage Festival: Best of Battersea’s Trees

Wednesday 30 May, 6.30pm Guided walk: Best of Battersea’s Trees Organised by Enable Leisure and Culture Take in the historic and notable trees of Battersea Park. Meet at the Bandstand in the Park. Free • Please register interest by sending email to (quote ‘Heritage Festival’ in the subject line)

Wandsworth Heritage Festival: Spies on the Common

Tuesday 29th May, 6.30pm Talk: Spies on the Common Paul McCue, Secret WW2 Learning Network A talk and presentation on the M.I.5 London Reception Centre, located in the Royal Victoria Patriotic Building on Wandsworth Common during WW2. Battersea Library, 265 Lavender Hill SW11 1JB FREE • Please book in advance: (quote ‘Heritage Festival’ in… Read More

Wandsworth Heritage Festival 2018: Tooting Common Maps

Saturday 26 May, 10am to 2pm Drop in session: Tooting Common Maps Organised by the Tooting Common Heritage Project View a collection of historical maps and drawings relating to parks and green open spaces in Wandsworth. The focus is Tooting Common but a selection of maps from other green open spaces in the borough will… Read More

Wandsworth Heritage Festival 2018: Parks and Open Spaces of the Borough

WANDSWORTH HERITAGE FESTIVAL 2018: 26 May to 10 June ‘Parks and Open Spaces of the Borough’   The focus of this year’s Wandsworth Heritage Festival (WHF) is a celebration of Wandsworth’s many open spaces. This programme of events has been brought together by Heritage Wandsworth: the local history and historic environment partnership for the Borough… Read More

Official opening of The Promontory Garden, Battersea Park

A new landscaped riverside garden has been created in Battersea Park in the latest stage of an ongoing series of improvements in the park worth £840,000. A few days ago The Promontory was officially opened – bringing a hitherto overlooked and unused area of the park back to life as part of a £100,000 scheme…. Read More