Dr Iain Boulton takes you on an evening walk & talk about one of our very popular residents, the much misunderstood bat. Now protected, bats are a small but important pollinator & pest controller for our common.
Free, but booking is essential.
Book your place at IBoulton@lambeth.gov.uk
We are asking all members of Friends of Streatham Common, to offer just a few hours of your time to make sure our 20th Kite Day celebration is a success.
You dont have to be a member to offer help, we need litter pickers, stewards, and bodies to help set up and take down the event area structures. Nothing is too heavy, we have lots of different duties and actually is great fun to be a part of. Volunteering for your local community means that everyone can enjoy a safe day out and gives those participating and giving up their time a fantastic feeling of being part of the bigger picture in Streatham.
As you may know, circumstances beyond our control meant that our original day in May had to be cancelled because of the state of the ground which needed to recover. However, not all of our trusty band of core volunteers can participate in the new date.
We only need a minimum of 2 hours – but would be great if you can be flexible. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so I can coordinate times that can fit with your schedule.
A chance for the whole family to come and have some coaching and play together. Supported by the Friends of Streatham Common and Lambeth Council and delivered by Serious About Tennis, this event is suitable for all ages and abilities.
On the Streatham Common tennis court from 10.00am until 2.00pm.
Covington Way SW16 3BX
Now in its 20th year – Kite Day returns on Sunday 2nd September
A great FREE event for all Streathamites, Kite fans and those who want a fun day out from further afield. It has everything…music, food…and kites!
Volunteers will be needed so if you want to join in – please let us know so we can place you accordingly.
Planning ahead: How to get to Streatham Common
By Bus – 50, 60, 109, 249, 250, 255.
By Train – Streatham or Streatham Common stations.
By Bike – A23 Streatham High Road – ample space for cycle parking around the common.
By Car – Not recommended. Parking restrictions will be in place and the area is already densely populated. Lets help the environment and travel by public transport instead. Do your bit for greening our City
10/04/18: ATTENTION! STREATHAM KITE DAY POSTPONED! Serious ground damage to #Streatham Common means the ground will not be in good shape for the big day in just one months time & this has meant we needed to move dates.
The ground in the lower Common has suffered much damage this year due to the combined effort of extreme weather conditions & churn caused by heavy vehicles from a prior event in March.
Although the ground may dry out in time, there is too much to risk with around 5000 people expected to visit the Kite Day – any regrowth would be crushed and so the ground would again need repair.
We thank all the volunteers and organisers who have put time in to working towards the 13th May, but we did not want to risk the health of the Common itself. We were unable to place Kite Day before September due to the Commons planned diary of events, and commitments of expert Kite flyers that ensure our Kite Day is now a key event on the National & International Kite festival circuit.
About the theatre company: Sixteenfeet collaborates with writers, musicians and actors to produce new work and tell classic stories in a contemporary and inventive way. We specialise in site-specific theatre, which we perform in unexpected places. Our summer productions give a fresh perspective to classic stories and bring promenade theatre to some of London’s loveliest parks and green spaces. We also run an educational programme with workshops to support our productions. Our Lambeth Voices Programme works with all sections of the Community increasing participation in and access to creative opportunities.