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212, 2020

Volunteer Logo Designer Wanted (Dec’20)

We want to change our Friends of Wimbledon Park (FOWP) logo and hope we can find someone to help us do this. We are looking for a talented designer who would be interested in sharing their expertise [...]

112, 2020

Dam safety works and options (December 2020)

LBM have now appointed a contractor to carry out the dam safety works and FOWP were invited to attend a presentation on the 11th November.  During Q&A it became apparent that LBM hadn’t considered our Capability [...]

1705, 2020

Options To Make The Wimbledon Park Dam Safe

Stage 2.1 - Commentary on the Wimbledon Park Lake Project Flood Study Dave Dawson, for the Friends of Wimbledon Park 20200516 - Commentary on the Wimbledon Park Lake Project Flood Study Stage 2.1

1705, 2020

Options To Make The Wimbledon Park Lake Safe

Commentary on the Wimbledon Park Lake Project Flood Study Stage 2 Dave Dawson, for the Friends of Wimbledon Park 20200516 - Commentary on the Wimbledon Park Lake Project Flood Study Stage 2

Park News
112, 2020

Dam safety works and options (December 2020)

LBM have now appointed a contractor to carry out the dam safety works and FOWP were invited to attend a presentation on the 11th November.  During Q&A it became apparent that LBM hadn’t considered our Capability [...]

1705, 2020

Options To Make The Wimbledon Park Dam Safe

Stage 2.1 - Commentary on the Wimbledon Park Lake Project Flood Study Dave Dawson, for the Friends of Wimbledon Park 20200516 - Commentary on the Wimbledon Park Lake Project Flood Study Stage 2.1

2105, 2018

Natural history notes – 19th April 2018

Dave Dawson's natural history notes for 19th April 2018:- Just one Black-headed gull left, so they have departed for their breeding areas. The importance of Ashen Grove Wood is shown by birds singing there and [...]

2603, 2018

Natural history notes – 21st March 2018

Dave Dawson's natural history notes for 21st March 2018:- Black-headed gulls have assumed their breeding plumage, with dark heads and are disputing amongst themselves in preparation for departure for the breeding grounds. The Common gulls [...]

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