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EVENTS

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Events Diary For City of London Commons

Coulsdon, Kenley, Farthing Downs, Riddlesdown, Spring Park, West Wickham. City of London Commons website Link


Note: It is suggested that a check is made first that an event is definitely taking place by contacting the details of relevant websites and / or phone numbers etc, first, before travelling. Please ring or email for more details. Telephone:01372 279083.


Coulsdon & Riddlesdown Commons

Events

Enchanted forest self-guided trail – Kenley Common

Wednesday 29 May 2019, 12pm-2pm

For one day a year the magical creatures that live in the woodlands of Kenley Common come out and leave traces of their existence. Follow the clues and complete the activities along the way. Then head back to the ranger for prize to take home!

This is a self-guided trail you can start anytime between 12pm and 2pm.

Suitable for children aged 4 to 12. Suggested donation: £3 per child.

No booking required. For more information see Eventbrite.

Meet the ranger by the notice board ON THE PERIMETER TRACK near Golf Road.

Please note: some paths may be muddy and therefore not suitable for pushchairs.

PARKING: we recommend you park along Hayes Lane and then walk. Please don't park along Golf Road, you might get a ticket.


West Wickham Commons

Volunteering

WWaSP Volunteers - Friday 24 May 2019, 10am - 2pm

Clearing brambles from the heath and cutting back footpath vegetation.

Meet in the car park at 10am or on the heathland through the day.

For further information: Tel: 01372 279083










































Parkrun Riddlesdown

Riddlesdown Common - Free 5km Timed Run Every Saturday - See link for further details to register - Link


Purley Literary Society

Meetings run from October to March. Talks are in the hall of the Purley URC Church, 906 Brighton Road – next to Purley Hospital, at 8pm. The web site gives more information: www.purley-literary-society.com



Monthly Dementia Friendly Screenings at the Croydon Clocktower, Katharine Street, Croydon up to 4 June 2019















































































































Public Bike Markets in Parks - Bike Week June 2019


Croydon Council's Road Safety have arranged four pop-up bike markets to be hosted in some of our borough’s parks for Bike Week.


What’s a pop-up bike market?


Members of the public can buy or sell second-hand bikes at any of the markets. The idea is to create affordable stock for local communities. Those who cannot afford a brand-new bike from larger retailers have the chance to purchase a second-hand, working bike. Some people have bikes in storage that their children have outgrown, or just an older bike of theirs gathering rust where it’s not used. These people can bring their bikes to the market - Peddle My Wheels will provide basic maintenance then sell on the bikes at a reduced price. Once bikes are sold, Peddle My Wheels pay the seller direct after taking a small commission. In essence, this model helps to ‘recycle’ bicycles within the community.


Please see the flyer for info and dates. People looking for an adult bike or would like to enquire about specific sizes should use the market order form - https://www.peddlemywheels.com/market-order-form














































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