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Join Andy Hamilton and help save Wimbledon Park

30th October 2022



Save Wimbledon Park

Wednesday 2nd Nov – 1-2pm 

Comedy writer Andy Hamilton is to join in a CPRE London webinar with campaigners from the Save Wimbledon Park group on 2 November. “I am against the AELTC development because, at every level, it is a fundamentally bad idea”. 

This Green Belt and Grade II* listed park with beautiful veteran trees, areas rich in biodiversity, and part of a Capability Brown landscape is now under threat from plans for an industrial scale tennis complex.

Please register for the webinar with Andy and campaigners at Save Wimbledon Park Tickets, Wed 2 Nov 2022 at 13:00 | Eventbrite




Past events:


Ten New Parks for London: exciting progress at East London Waterworks Park

Wednesday 19th Oct – 1-2pm 

Zoom Webinar

Join us online over lunch to find out more about exciting progress on transforming one of our identified top sites for creating Ten New Parks for London.

Hear about the East London Waterworks Park – a grassroots greening project in East London. Meet its organisers to ask your questions and find out more about what has been achieved and how you can support their efforts and our wider Ten New Parks programme.

More info and eventbrite tickets here


Free guided walk through Hackney green spaces

Sunday 23rd Oct – 12-3pm


Join us for a walk through Hackney green and blue spaces (parks and rivers), learning from the volunteer groups who work in them.

Lost Rivers Club

Thursday 29th Sept – 6.30pm 

Meeting point: The Gallery (2 mins from Farringdon station)

London is defined by water, from the iconic loops of the Thames to the smaller rivers that give its neighbourhoods identity and space, and the lost rivers that still flow beneath its streets.  The event will explore the role that water plays in our perception and experience of London – as a transformative force, with the power to change places, change people and change our environment. Does the water that flows all around us – over and under the city – hold the key to the past, the present, and the future? How can we treat our waterways better, and restore them to benefit everyone? Could we really rewild the city? What can we give London’s rivers, and what can they give us?

More info and tickets here