Events

Moths in Close Up
09 June 2018 09:30
Come and see which beautiful (and not so beautiful) moths have been trapped overnight in the Streatham Common Community Garden. The moth trap will be opened at 9.30am in the Community Garden – entrance door in the brick wall near the sundial in the Rookery's Old English Garden.

Small mammal workshop and survey
23 June 2018 09:00
To be held over the weekend of 23rd and 24th July. Led by Lambeth Council's Dr Iain Boulton. Details to follow.

Birds of Prey Flying Display
01 July 2018
On the lower common from 1.00-5.00pm. A variety of birds will be on display throughout the day and a selection will be flown for two periods.

Butterfly walk
07 July 2018 15:00
Meet at the Rookery Cafe at 3.00pm for a gentle stroll around the Common looking for and identifying butterflies. Children welcome, dogs not so!

Shakespeare in the Rookery: A Winter's Tale
08 July 2018
Details to follow

Tree walk
11 July 2018 19:00
Meet at the Rookery Cafe at 7.00pm for a stroll around the Common learning about the different trees that grow there. This event is held in conjunction with London Wildlife Trust's Great North Wood Project.

Geology walk
15 July 2018 14:00
Meet at the Rookery Cafe at 2.00pm to learn about the ground on which we stand on the Common.

Purple hairstreak butterfly survey
18 July 2018 19:00
Meet by the Rookery Cafe at 7.00pm to join the hunt for this elusive butterfly, which lives around oak trees. This survey is held in conjunction with London Wildlife Trust's Great North Wood Project.

Kite Day
02 September 2018 11:00
The Friends of Streatham Common's 20th free annual event for all kite lovers. From 11.00am to 5.00pm on the lower Common. Come and fly a kite, buy a kite, watch expert kite displays. Community stalls, children's activities and food/drink all available, too.

Summer bat walk
07 September 2018 19:45
Meet at the Rookery Cafe at 7.45pm. Booking is essential so please email IBoulton@lambeth.gov.uk

Fungi walk
20 October 2018 11:00
Meet at the Rookery Cafe at 11.00am for a gentle stroll to discover which fungi are growing on the Common. This event is held in conjunction with the London Wildlife Trust.