1st April 2018

West Wickham Common – April Newsletter

Spring springs to life Spring is arguably the best time of year to visit Spring Park. Arrive early to envelop yourself in the surprisingly noisy dawn […]
27th March 2018

Celebrating 80 years in Spring Park

The new flag of Shirley Ladies and Spring Park Bowling Clubs includes the badges of both clubs and illustrates not only The Spring and The Trees […]
27th March 2018

West Wickham Easter Hunt – Friday 6th April

The Business Community of West Wickham Easter Hunt There are lots of eggs, chicks and bunnies to find in your High Street shop windows and everyone […]
20th March 2018

Barbara Baxter Memorial Tree

OUR MEMORIAL TREE HAS BEEN PLANTED – AT LAST!! Yes the long awaited Davidia Involucrata tree, which was purchased in memory of our colleague and friend […]
22nd February 2018

New Police Management Structure affecting West Wickham

On the 19th February 2018, policing in West Wickham came under the control of a new management structure. The Metropolitan Police have established Basic Command Units […]
22nd February 2018

Meet the Rangers! 4th March

Meet the Rangers, meet the team and ask questions Sunday 4 March 1pm – 3pm @CityCommons Howdy! Have you got questions about how Spring Park is managed? Would you like to meet […]
13th February 2018

Join An Award Winning Allotment

Want to enjoy all the health benefits of growing your own fruit and veg.? West Wickham Allotment Association who won the prestigious Spencer May Cup for […]
13th February 2018

Ghost Walk! – Saturday 24th February 6:30pm

Back by popular demand, another…Ghost Walk! A tour of Bromley’s murky past with tales of ghosts, murder, political intrigue and execution !!!!! Meet at Belgo in […]
4th February 2018

Fires at Three Halfpenny Woods

TCV, a nature conservation charity working on behalf of Croydon Council have been working in Threehalfpennywood  for a number of years, looking after the pond, coppicing […]
4th February 2018

Bromley Biodiversity – Toads in Trouble

TOADS ARE IN TROUBLE! Toad populations in SE England have fallen by more than 50% since 1985. Toads live most of their lives on land in […]