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Friends of Oaks Park have received a gift of trees from the Major of London and the Trust for conservation Volunteers. This is part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy legacy project to increase the number of trees across all 53 Commonwealth countries. We will be planting the trees on 7th December.
We held our Autumn meeting and AGM on 17th November at Wallington Library. The meeting was well attended and we have had a very interesting talk by David Warburton about Chalk Grasslands and the Oaks.
‘The Friends of Oaks Park were delighted to receive the London Borough of Sutton’s Community Project Award, in partnership with the Carshalton Fields Residents’ Association, in March 2018. The award recognises a great deal of hard work undertaken by both organisations, led by Arthur Spirling and the former chairman of the Friends of Oaks Park, Carl Brown.’
The Friends won the Community Project Award for establishing the dog free area in the Oaks. Click here for a close up of the Certificate
See photos in the Gallery
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