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 […]
4th February 2018

West Wickham Commons Newsletter – February 2018

February 2018 Welcome to the West Wickham Commons Newsletter covering West Wickham Common and Spring Park.  Winter storm resillience Since the start of the year the West Wickham Commons, […]
18th January 2018

Street parties for the Royal Wedding and the Big Lunch

Street parties for the Royal Wedding and the Big Lunch Road closure fees for street parties related to the Royal Wedding and the Big Lunch are […]
18th January 2018

Spring Park Guided Walk – 28th January

18th January 2018

Hayes to Cannon Street Trains to be Axed

HAYES TO CANNON STREET TRAINS AXED BY 2022 The Secretary of State is looking into re-configuring the network, particularly around Lewisham, and the direct ‘Hayes to […]
29th December 2017
West Wickham Residents Association

WWRA Tree Planting Continues

This year’s tree planting is well under way and the Council plan to plant over 40 trees in the West Wickham area.  Woodland Way is to […]
9th December 2017

Red Lodge Road Junction

The Council has proposals to make improvements to the area around the traffic lights at the station in order to improve traffic flow. Mike East and […]
9th December 2017

Neighbourhood Watch – Door to Door Sales

Door to Door Selling Many of you will be aware of persons going door-to-door trying to sell goods, informing the occupant they are just out of […]
14th November 2017

West Wickham Common Newsletter

An artist’s impression A huge thank you goes to Justin Temple for these lovely sketches. They show a dragonfly (Ruddy Darter male and female), Red Clover […]
14th November 2017

West Wickham Xmas Festival – 1st December