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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.

News

Wimbledon Park Public Meeting – 23rd November at 7pm at The Wimbledon Club

The Friends of Wimbledon Park and Justine Greening, MP for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields, will be hosting a public meeting on 23rd November seeking your views on how Wimbledon Park can be improved. This will [...]

“Wimbledon Park – a History” Lecture Thursday 09/11/2017

Our Ecology Adviser, Dave Dawson, is giving a free Lecture on the history of Wimbledon Park for the Wimbledon Society next Thursday - see http://www.wimbledonsociety.org.uk/activities.aspx?page=Lectures.  Details as follows if you would like to attend:- Thursday [...]

Natural history notes – 27th October 2017

 Dave Dawson's natural history notes for 27th October 2017:- The geese were mainly on the Golf Course this morning, making it more difficult to achieve a full count. It’s not clear why they have shifted [...]