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IN WIMBLEDON AND BEYOND
Sun 21st Sept 12.30 - 2pm
Climate Change March
starts at Temple Place to Parliament
Join the samba drummers, animal carnival costumes and even a Viking longship and support action against climate change. Supported by Avaaz, CAFOD, Campaign Against Climate Change, Christian Aid, Friends of the Earth and many other groups.
Sat 27th Sept from 10am – 3pm
Front garden sale of games, toys, CD’s, books, clothing for men, women and children, bric-a-brac etc. Friendly, neighbourly and find a bargain!
Tues 30th Sept 7.15pm
Raynes Park Community Forum
Raynes Park Library SW20 8BA
Have your say on local issues. Your opportunity to get answers from council officials and councillors. Find location HERE
19th – 26th Oct
One World Week
Work towards a fairer, more satisfying life for everyone whilst protecting the planet’s resources. To be part of this, organise a community activity to support:
Sourcing food differently
Ethical investment. See www.oneworldweek.org
Wed 22nd Oct from 6.30pm
Meet Bernard Hogan-Howe
Wimbledon High School
This is your opportunity to question the head of London's police service - Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe. Merton's borough commander Mark Lawrence will also be on the platform, with the meeting chair - Richard Tracey, our London Assembly Member. Residents from Merton Sutton and Wandsworth are invited to this meeting.
The Gooseberry Bush, 115 Kingston Rd SW19 1LT
A get-together for people interested in what’s happening in Wimbledon and beyond. It’s an opportunity to exchange information about Abundance and other local green community projects. We normally meet up on the first Tuesday of the month and everyone is welcome. Please check the date and venue of future events HERE.
every Wed morning 10am - early afternoon
Phipp’s Bridge Community Allotment
Join Gillian and her friendly group to grow fruit and vegetables. Disused land has been turned into a productive garden through people working together. You are welcome to join in, regardless of your gardening expertise - and you'll have the opportunity to take home some lovely fresh produce. If you would like to come and have a look or get involved, then please contact Gillian at email@example.com Find out more HERE
every Thursday at 10.30
Merton Green Parents
Coffee in the Wood, 99 High Street, Colliers Wood
How do you balance the demands of being a parent and leading a more sustainable life? It can sometimes be difficult. Merton Green Parents provides a place to swap sustainable parenting tips and meet other like-minded parents. Also see the Facebook group
Second Fridays from 9.30am onwards
John Innes Gardening Group
JI Gardening Group is currently meeting every second Friday. To find out where to meet up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Bring secateurs and a trowel.
Second Saturday 10am - 2pm
The Windmill Market
St Mark's Church, behind Wimbledon Library SW19 7ND
The local market in the centre of Wimbledon. A range of food and crafts from local businesses and artisans. Now free entry. To find out more or to book a food or craft stall, please contact email@example.com
Fridays 2.30-4.30 pm
Colliers Wood Community Garden
at the back of Christ Church Hall, in Colliers Wood
Join Nick, Peter and friends for some gardening. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Saturday, 9am-1pm
Wimbledon Farmers’ Market
Wimbledon Park Primary School, Havana Road, SW19 8EJ
A chance to get your groceries direct from local farmers.