Every year the council asks residents what they think about our local parks. During 2020 lockdown and social distancing parks have been the best place for exercise, relaxation and the place to meet friends and family.
Our local parks include: Knights Hill Wood, Norwood Park, St Luke’s church, Streatham Common and Tivoli Park.
To have a say and suggest improvements to your favourite local park please fill in this quick survey by Saturday 31st October:
A clean up day of Knights Hill Wood on Monday 27th June between 10.30am and 2pm is organised by Nature Vibeezzz. Knights Hill Wood is on Knights Hill at the corner with Lakeview Rd SE27 0QD and one of Lambeth’s nature reserves.
All welcome. Tools & equipment and refreshments will be provided for volunteers.
For details contact email@example.com
Map of the wood from Lakeview Road
Knight’s Hill Wood is a little known small natural green space at the top of Knights Hill opposite Tivoli Park.
Embrace, an environmental charity based in Lambeth, has won funding from the Lottery to run a three-month project focusing on Knight’s Hill Wood. They are involving local schools and also running public events which local people are welcome to come to and join in. Staff from Lambeth Parks will be supporting each event and tools and training will be provided.
1pm to 2:30pm Saturday 20th August 2011 – Knights Hill Ramble
1pm to 4pm Saturday 27th August 2011 – Bramble Bashing
1pm to 4pm Saturday 3rd September – Ivy Eradication
1pm to 4pm Saturday 10th September – Stag Beetle Habitat Creation
1pm to 4pm Saturday 17th September – Invasive Species Removal
Lambeth Parks will be supporting each event with staff and advice. Tools and training will be provided
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or see Embrace’s web site: http://www.embracecooperation.org.uk/