Wandle September is drawing to an end, but there is so much to celebrate this weekend.
This Sunday is World Rivers Day, people all over the world will be celebrating their love of their rivers!
Why not join in and celebrate our very own River Wandle?
This Weekend there are over 10 events happening in the Wandle Valley – check out Wandle September Leaflet for all the details.
Wandle Trail Walk from the Wandle Delta to Morden Hall Park (10:30 meet at Wandsworth Town Railway Station)
Wandle Piscators Open Day – Fishing Tasters, displays and Riverfly Monitoring for all the family (10 – 3pm, Ravensbury Park)
Orienteering in Beddington Park – Explore the outdoors, suitable for all (Pavilion Café, Beddington Park, 10:30 – 12noon.)
Wandle Relay – come and join the Living Wandle Team for a brisk walk along the Wandle Trail from Croydon – Wandsworth. You can walk as much or as little of the trail as you like. Meeting at Wandle Park Bandstand (Croydon) at 10:00 or at Morden Hall Park 1:30pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BIG draw – Join the Living Wandle and the National Trust for a drawing session in Morden Hall Park. 10am – 1pm a children’s session and 1:30 – 4pm adults session. Meet at the Snuff Mill
Guided walk at the National Trust’s Watermeads. Join the Morden Hall Park Nature group for a guided walk at 2pm (main entrance (London Road)
Join the last Butterfly walk of the season with the Morden Hall Park Nature Group (2pm at the Waterwheel in Morden Hall Park)
Enjoy the sunshine and the Wandle this weekend.