Get involved

We have a schedule of events for the year ahead. Join us on one of our practical days which offer the chance to learn new skills and get your hands dirty doing conservation tasks. Come and learn more about species in the park on our wildlife walks or become part of the Friends Committee which meets to discuss the functioning of the group.


The FoSNCP hold a practical workday on the second Saturday of the month to undertake conservation projects within the park. We meet by the Visitor Centre at 10am, all are welcome, training and tools will be provided. Please wear clothes suitable for outdoor activity and the weather, we recommend sturdy footwear

13th January - Litter picking and ivy clearing at Elmers End.
10th February - Environmental Garden tidying.
10th March - .Clearing brambles and litter picking at Harrington Road
14th April - Clearing scrub from around the newly planted trees.



Preparing the apiary

Back in spring 2015 we began clearing and preparing the ground for five beehives. 


A specialist team of trained members look after our bees.

3Rivers clean up

Every year we spend a day on Thames 21’s annual three week campaign to improve South East London’s rivers which includes the Ravensbourne, Pool and Quaggy. Tributaries that flow into the Ravensbourne run through the park.


A major task within the park is clearing general litter and other fly-tipped rubbish particularly from the park boundaries around Albert Road, Harrington Road and Westgate Road.

sowing wildflower seeds

We have sown wildflower seeds which were donated from the Grow Wild scheme, to produce flowers which will be attractive to the bees.

pruning & CLEARING

Pruning fruit trees in the environmental garden. Clearing brambles in the compound and near Harrington Road tram stop.

clearing scrub

We were given 200 free trees through TCV working with Ovo Energy. We cleared the scrub as preparation before planting the young trees.