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Come join hundreds of volunteers wanting to make a difference
for the P&G Capital Clean-up.
Capital Clean-up is a partnership campaign led by the Mayor of
London as part of his Team London volunteering programme.
Help Groundwork London clean-up parks and open spaces in
Wandsworth and Hammersmith & Fulham on
Volunteer to clean up the capital!
Wormwood Scrubs Local Nature Reserve is an open space located in
the north-eastern corner of the London Borough of Hammersmith
and Fulham. It is the largest open space in the Borough, at 80 ha
(200 acres), and one of the largest areas of common land in
London. Volunteers will be restoring the natural habitat,
clearing and improving pathways and removing unsightly litter that
threatens local wildlife.
For further information about the nature reserve visit http://www.scrubs-online.org.uk/
Bishops Park in Fulham was opened in 1893, and is
listed Grade II on the register of parks and gardens of special
historic interest maintained by English Heritage.
A clean-up will be taking place in Bishops Park and the
local vicinity to blitz the area of litter. Volunteers will work
together to pick up litter in Bishops Park, Alphabet Streets and
River Walk removing unsightly rubbish that threatens wildlife
habitat. A central meeting point will be arranged and teams of
litter pickers will commence from there.
Wimbledon and Putney Commons
Join us at Wimbledon and Putney Commons in Wandsworth and make a
real difference to local biodiversity, litter picking and removing
unsightly rubbish that threatens wildlife habitat.
The Commons are an area of calm and tranquillity in the midst of
the urban sprawls of Wimbledon, Putney and Kingston upon Thames in
South West London. Making up approximately 460 hectares of
woodland, scrubland and heathland habitat for birds and wildlife,
including nine ponds, the Commons are recognised as an area of
scientific interest and special conservation value.
To register your interest and find out more information
about the meeting points please contact: email@example.com
More information about the Capital Clean-up is available at: