FixMyStreet at Mountsfield Park

Anything that doesn’t look right at Mountsfield Park e.g. litter, dog poo, can be reported to the Lewisham Council via the @FixMyStreet mobile phone app. Reports from FixMyStreet go to Lewisham Council via @LoveLewisham, so that they can be fixed. The app can be downloaded at:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mysociety.FixMyStreet

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/fixmystreet/id297456545

 

 

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Avenue tree planting at Mountsfield Park from 11am – 1pm approx, Sunday 8th and 15th April 2018

Please join us and plant avenue trees next to the main path at Mountsfield Park between the George Lane and Brownhill Road entrances – All welcome!

The additional community tree planting events will be 11am – 1pm approx, Sunday 8th and 15th April 2018.

Please wear boots, gloves and bring a strong spade if you have one.

Glendale have suppled us with a variety of rootballed heavy standard deciduous trees. The trees will grow to a large size and are suitable for growing in London clay and with an exposed aspect. Many of the  avenue tree planting species that we have chosen are better suited to endure areas of heavily compacted soil that we have at Mountsfield Park.

You will find us during the community tree planting events along the main path between the George Lane and Brownhill Road entrances. The main path is the red line on the map of Mountsfield Park above.

You will find us during the community tree planting events along the main path between the George Lane and Brownhill Road entrances. The main path is the red line on the map of Mountsfield Park above. The green symbols represent tree planting locations.

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@LewishamCouncil @GlendaleLew @GlendaleUK when will we have our dead and dying trees replaced at Mountsfield Park SE6?

@LewishamCouncil @GlendaleLew @GlendaleUK when will our dead and dying trees be replaced at Mountsfield Park? These photos show just some of the many trees at Mountsfield Park that are dead or dying mainly because of strimmer and mower damage by Glendale and Lewisham Council staff. You recently replaced two strimmer damaged trees in the recently refurbished play area. We really need many more trees planted to replace those that have been lost during the 17 years of the 20 year Glendale Lewisham Council parks contract. eg the avenue trees and other important trees in the park. These photos below show just 15 of the many dead or dying trees at Mountsfield Park that haven’t been replaced by tree planting at similar locations. The dead trees should be replaced by larger sized protected staked trees rather than saplings or whips.

Newly planted tree at Mountsfield Park play area - dead because of strimmer damage

Recently planted tree at Mountsfield Park play area – dead because of strimmer damage causing ring-barking  or girdling

Felled Indian bean tree at Mountsfield Park at the nature reserve

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New Trim Trail at Mountsfield Park, Catford SE6

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Thanks to @GlendaleLew, the London Marathon Charitable  Trust, Lewisham Rushey Green Assembly and @FenlandLeisureP for our new trim trail at Mountsfield Park, Catford.

 

 

 

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Thanks to everyone who used the FixMyStreet mobile phone app at Mountsfield Park during 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

The FixMyStreet reports are sent to Lewisham Council and then Glendale deal with the litter, fly-tipping, broken playground equipment, dog mess etc. Please continue to use the FixMyStreet phone app to keep Mountsfield Park in good condition.
The FixMyStreet phone app works in Lewisham and across the UK.

Download the FixMyStreet mobile phone app and report litter and other problems at Mountsfield Park
Download and use the FixMyStreet mobile phone app (Android / Apple)

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Thanks to GoodGym.org and FoMP Volunteers for our new Pumpkin Bed at Mountsfield Park Community Garden

Thanks to GoodGym.org and FoMP volunteers for our new pumpkin bed at Mountsfield Park community garden SE6.

@GoodGym and Friends of Mountsfield Park volunteers shoveling and barrowing compost to our new community garden pumpkin patch.

@GoodGym and Friends of Mountsfield Park community garden volunteers shoveled and barrowed a huge pile of compost to make our new pumpkin patch next to the poly tunnel. And many thanks to the Metropolitan Public Gardens Association for the funds to buy the 20 cu/m of  of PAS 100 recycled green waste compost from Glendale Lewisham