Breathe in some fresh air. Meet your neighbours . Take a relaxing walk . Eat some good food !
Farley Road residents, in partnership with Friends of Mountsfield Park, invite neighbours and friends to join them for a ‘big lunch?
Just turn up or bring a dish to share. £1 for adults (children free) with proceeds going to Friends of Mountsfield Park. Get tickets or
find out more @FarleyRoadSE6 Facebook page. Tickets can also
be purchased on the day.
Two large husky type dogs were out of control chasing a fox cub at Mountsfield Park children’s’ play area Saturday 13 May 2017. The owner of the dogs swore at people in the play area and said that she didn’t have control of the dogs. If you witness out of control dogs at Mountsfield Park please contact the police at 999 if it is an emergency or 101 (non emergency) or RusheyGreen.SNT@met.pnn.police.uk / Lewisham Police Tel: 0208 284 5128 / 0208 721 2479.
…. or rather Mountsfield Park’s Community Garden on Sunday 21 May 2017 from 12pm, you and your teddy bear will find lots of treats!
Friends of Mountsfield Park are once again hosting a Teddy Bears’ Picnic as part of the Hither Green Festival week – join us for:
- Music with Singalong Sally
- Forest School taster sessions with James from Forries Education
- Messy play and children’s craft with Messy Shed – dress for mess!
- Park Explorer Trail with Izzy
- Jenni’s Truly Splendid Popup Tea Room
- Unfortunately we will not have the Park Fever bar this year at Teddy Bears’ Picnic because of a mix-up with the event’s alcohol licence. You are welcome to bring your own craft beer with you!
We’re looking forward to meeting you and your furry friend!
Please support our Spacehive funding campaign for fox proof litter bins at Mountsfield Park. We want to make Mountsfield Park more welcoming and beautiful. Unfortunately foxes empty our old open style bins at night making Mountsfield Park untidy and unwelcoming. The Mountsfield Park urban foxes are naturally curious creatures, they investigate the bins looking for junk food and used nappies to use in their dens; unfortunately they don’t clear up after themselves. This means that in a public place, that only has the services of a park-keeper two days per week, litter, old food and bags of dog poo can be left strewn across the grass. This is not only unsightly but also a health hazard, especially to small children and also pet dogs.