WALK the WILBERFORCE WALK
Wimbledon to Westminster…
(…or as far as you want to go!)
Raising funds for The Salvation Army Big Collection which will support today’s victims of modern slavery.
The WILBERFORCE WALK starts in his Wimbledon home and takes us to significant places in the long road to the abolition of slavery at Westminster. The story will hopefully inspire you and show you how you can play your part in the story of fighting modern slavery today.
The WILBERFORCE WALK is guided by Blue Badge London Guide Richard Smart. There will be activity sheets for children.
The social history route begins at
Wimbledon Station from 10am departing at 10.30am
(heading up Wimbledon Hill Road.)
Walk in stages! – join us for any stage!
Wimbledon (10 am) to Putney (12pm) – 4 Miles
Putney (1pm) to Battersea (3pm) – 4 Miles
Battersea (3pm) to Westminster (5 pm) – 4 Miles
We ask for a minimum £5 donation.
This, and any further donations will fund The Salvation Army’s work with survivors of modern slavery. Register your Interest: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Muslim Women of Merton are doing great things in Mostyn Gardens
Encouraged by planting in Kendor Gardens and elsewhere in the borough, last year I started the ‘Merton Park Daffs’ initiative, initially seeking to plant around the bottom of trees in Kenley Road. This idea for a bit of post-covid ‘guerilla gardening’, quickly expanded into a plan to plant daffodils in our grass verges. It seemed like a great thing to look forward to in spring each year, especially after the impact of Covid 19. Continue reading “The Merton Park Daffs Initiative”
New Morden Walk and Talk – starts June 11th
Walk & Talk are launching a Morden Hall Park Walk and Talk from the picnic area next to the Stable Yard and Snuff Mill every Saturday at 10.30am from 11th June.
This lovely National Trust park is a joy to walk and talk in – rich in history,
and with so many walks, nature, sights and points of interest.
It’s not often that the Mayor gets to make policy decisions, but in this case anyone who has queued to get in to the Garth Road re-use and recycling centre will have cause to be grateful. Sally Kenny is also the councillor for Lower Morden Ward which includes the Garth Road site:
Further information and booking can be found on the council’s Garth Road website pages
Our February meeting was one of our most well-attended meetings ever! Clearly, climate change and the boundary review are topics that pique your interest and show how Merton Park residents care about the ward and the world we live in on a local and national level.
So along with our usual MPWRA Meeting Minutes February 2020 we also videoed the meeting for those of you that were unable to make it but would like to know more about Merton Council’s Climate Emergency Action Group.