[wpanchor id=”#brunswick”]Friends of Brunswick Park was set up in 2010 to give a gem of a South London park a bit of a polish and a helping shoe or two.
FOBP provides opportunities for members of the community to improve and promote the care of Brunswick Park to ensure that the Park is a beautiful, welcoming, safe and enjoyable environment for all.
To maintain the high standards that led to Brunswick Park being awarded the Green Flag in 2011. To work in partnership with Southwark Borough Council or other interested parties to help manage and generally look after the Park in a manner that will enhance its value to the community.
To maintain and enhance its unique characteristics of an attractive Victorian park that offers a range of facilities that meet the varied needs of the community it serves.
To encourage all users to treat the Park’s flora, fauna and facilities with respect.
To encourage all users to treat others with respect and thoughtfulness, through both their interactions and deeds.
To liaise and have positive relations with the Brunswick Park Tenants and Residents Association to ensure best welfare for the Park and its users.
To raise awareness and profile of the park.
[wpanchor id=”#burgess”] The Friends of Burgess Park are an association of people and other interested groups who are concerned to protect, promote and enhance an important, inner-city London park. We want the park protected from inappropriate development, inappropriate use and with high regard for protecting the environment and ecology.
We monitor the park boundaries and lobby against development which would reduce the area of the park. As regular users of the park we observe park management and maintenance, and campaign for best practice.
[wpanchor id=”ruskin”] The Friends of Ruskin Park have, since 1996, ensured our park is well cared for and maintained, and has a planned and healthy future, preserving it for future generations.
Over the years the Friends have extended their reach and involvement as the political and social landscapes have changed. We put on events in the park and became involved with other local organisations and businesses to help with funding.
Government and Council budget reductions mean we have to find new ways of finding funds to continue to care for the park. To do this we liaise closely with Lambeth and all parties with an interest in the park..
[wpanchor id=”#myatt”]Myatt’s Fields Park is a beautiful listed Victorian park which has undergone a £3 million renovation, completed in 2010.
There you can find playground with water play, The Little Cat Cafe, wildlife area, picnic area, tennis courts, allweather football pitch, children’s centre available for birthday party hire, dog exercise area, basketball practice area, community greenhouse and toilets.
It has been proved that people who live near open spaces are happier and healthier, so we want to make the most of that.