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About mountsfieldpark

Mountsfield Park is the green heart of the community in Hither Green and Catford. It is used and loved by residents of all ages and backgrounds, and The Friends of Mountsfield Park was established to represent their wishes and needs. FOMP is committed to engaging with all sections of the community in order to celebrate and enjoy the Park, and membership is open to all. FOMP delivers events, manages the Community Garden project, and shares information and news. It also works with partners including Lewisham Council and Glendale to develop new facilities and opportunities. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. https://www.facebook.com/Friendsofmountsfieldpark/ https://twitter.com/mountsfieldpark http://mountsfieldpark.wordpress.com

National Meadows Day

Originally posted on a new nature blog:
It’s national meadows day and I thought this would be a good point to write something about them. Meadows  – the word is deep within our collective memory – it crops up on…

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Want to start or formalise a park or open space friends group?

Information and links from the Parks Community UK website about which legal structure should you choose for your group? What should happen at your AGM? What is the role of the chair? Find out here. “Sample constitution for a Friends … Continue reading

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Wellbeing benefits of nature in urban areas should be available to those who need them most

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Wellbeing benefits of nature in urban areas should be available to those who need them most

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Museum of walking

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Great work DeptfordFolk!

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Dead and Dying Trees in Lewisham’s Parks and Open Spaces

Originally posted on mountsfieldpark:
These photos show just some of the many trees at Mountsfield Park and other Lewisham parks that are dead or dying due to strimmer and mower damage by Lewisham Council and their parks and open spaces…

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