“Having considered an officer report, and a presentation by the Cabinet Member for Environment & Transport, Councillor Sophie McGeevor, the Mayor and Cabinet agreed that the procurement of a concession contract for the design, build and operation of a new café at Mountsfield Park be approved involving capital expenditure of £50,000 already secured from the Rushey Green Renewal Area Programme”.
Draft Meeting Minutes Friends of Mountsfield Park (FoMP) Open Meeting, Monday 9th December, 6 – 7pm, Venue, The Lodge (Glendale office) Stainton Road SE6 1AN.
Many thanks to Lewisham’s Nature’s Gym @naturesgymlew volunteers who maintain the wildlife area near to the Carswell Road gate at Mountsfield Park. If you would like to get involved get involved please contact: email@example.com
The following species were identified by Lewisham Nature’s Gym volunteers in the nature conservation area at Mountsfield Park:
The new Beckenham Place Park swimming lake will look something like this, but probably a lot busier on warm days!
Well done Lewisham Council, Heritage Lottery Fund, Land Use Consultants and everyone else that made it happen!
The land for Mountsfield seems to have been bought around 1845 by Henry Stainton of Springfield House (1). Springfield was at what is now the junction of Rushey Green and Hawstead Road, next to the almshouses…
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