Be Alert – What’s it like to be a Flood Warden? Luke Thompson, Environment Agency Flood Officer Ever thought of being a flood warden? Probably not, but it’s an increasingly essential service as the predictions of more frequent flooding as our climate changes come true. The Environment Agency wants new volunteers. Come along and find out what’s involved. Wednesday 16th November 2016 7.45pm for 8pm start Venue: Methodist Church Hall, Albion Way, central Lewisham, SE13 6BTFind out more »
Are developers grabbing land and doing as they please?
Is the government right to claim its planning reforms ‘put communities in control’?
How well is Lewisham Council standing up for local needs - whether quality affordable housing or properly protected and maintained parks, streets and open spaces?
And are cuts and other pressures making it easy for developers to push their luck with the Council and the local community alike?
QWAG AGM + The Lost Rivers of London with guest speaker, Dr Roger Squires BEM, Inland Waterways Association From 7pm: QWAG’s famous light buffet 8pm: Annual General Meeting 8.45pm: The Lost Rivers of London - A Story of the Past with Dr Roger Squires of the Inland Waterways Association Methodist Church Hall, Albion Way, London, SE13 6BTFind out more »
QWAG meeting - Saving nature in the age of Brexit – speaker Paul de Zylva 2017 is a crucial year for our natural environment. Brexit is in hand. Most of the laws protecting our waters, beaches, air and wildlife come from Europe. Whether you voted to stay in or leave the EU no-one voted to have a lower quality environment. As President Trump weakens US environment protections, the Government here is pledging to leave our environment in better condition than…Find out more »
The #QuaggyDuckRace closes this year’s Hither Green Festival Race
Entry: £1 on the day.
To secure your race place please register online - race limited to 150 entries.
Ducks supplied or BYO.
Collect ducks from 1pm
The 9th annual 3 Rivers Clean Up (3RCU) runs from 3 June to 24 June. For 3 weeks, people across Bromley, Greenwich and Lewisham get into their local rivers to remove invasive non-native plant species – mainly Himalayan Balsam – and larger rubbish items. Himalayan Balsam tend to smother other plants and weaken the river banks. By removing balsam in June we can help stop it bursting its seed and using the rivers to spread more plants across the area.…Find out more »
Sunday 11 June 10.30am to 1pm Meet at Hadlow College car park, junction of Mottingham Lane and Winn Road, SE12 4AW Part of the annual 3 Rivers Clean Up from 3 to 24 June More info: www.3riverscleanup.co.ukFind out more »
Thursday 15 June 7 to 9pm, Lidl, 104-120 Lee High Road, SE13 5PR Meet at the sub-station in the south east corner of Lidl’s car park. Note: There is NO parking in Lidl. More info: www.3riverscleanup.co.ukFind out more »
#FloatYourBoats on our local rivers for the #GreatGetTogether, in honour of Jo Cox, the murdered MP.Find out more »