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Wimbledon Park is a Grade II* listed park in the heart of south west London, designed by Capability Brown in the 1760s. The Friends of Wimbledon Park (FOWP) is a voluntary organisation that aims to give a voice to local people, community groups and other interested parties, to protect and enhance this well-loved landscape for future generations.

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Wandle Forum: Wandle Fortnight

Wandle Fortnight 9th September - Sunday 24th September 2017 Events Taking Place in Capability Brown’s Wimbledon Park Wednesday 13th September at 10.00am-1pm. a. A short talk on Horse Close Wood by Dave Dawson. b. Meet [...]

Natural history notes – 20th July 2017

Dave Dawson's natural history notes for 20th July 2017:- The Canada Goose moulting flock of 110 birds maintains the high numbers of recent years. There was a record July count of 85 Coots. The second [...]

Natural history notes – 16th June 2017

Dave Dawson's natural history notes for 16th June 2017:- The 90 Canada Geese and 90 Greylags were leaving the grasslands for the lake in the early morning. The Canada Goose number reflects both the slow [...]