Morden Hall Park River Restoration Day – Wandle

Morden Hall Park River Restoration Day – Wandle

FULLY BOOKED – please add yourself to the waiting list.

Activity Description: We’ll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include removal of toe boarding, installing woody material or seeding this section with clean gravels.

Meeting point: Near the start of the wetland boardwalk in Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, SM45JD. Exact spot marked HERE on Google Maps.

What to bring: gardening gloves (they will get wet so you may want to avoid expensive leather ones), hand sanitiser, face mask and any water or food you may want. We’ll be providing hot drinks at lunch to help warm everyone up – but please bring along your own mug to help us reduce covid risks.

Covid precautions: Please do not attend this event if you, or a member of your household, has any symptoms of covid-19. We also ask if everyone who is able could take a quick lateral flow test before coming to the event. This is not a hard and fast requirement for you to attend the event but is highly recommended to help us keep your fellow volunteers safe. If you get a positive test – please do not attend the event and follow Government guidance. Also please can everyone try to maintain social distancing as much as possible.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – please rsvp using the button below and complete the form to secure your spot. If the event is already fully booked then please sign yourself up to the waiting list and we’ll be in touch if a space becomes available.

Please email volunteering@southeastriverstrust.org to:

  • Find out more information,
  • Cancel your space if you can no longer make it.

To read our Health and Safety Guidelines for this event please click HERE.

To read our Privacy Policy and see how we use and look after the information you provide when booking your spot at our events please click HERE.

Morden Hall Park River Restoration Day – Wandle

FULLY BOOKED – please add yourself to the waiting list.

Activity Description: We’ll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include removal of toe boarding, installing woody material or seeding this section with clean gravels.

Meeting point: Near the start of the wetland boardwalk in Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, SM45JD. Exact spot marked HERE on Google Maps.

What to bring: gardening gloves (they will get wet so you may want to avoid expensive leather ones), hand sanitiser, face mask and any water or food you may want. We’ll be providing hot drinks at lunch to help warm everyone up – but please bring along your own mug to help us reduce covid risks.

Covid precautions: Please do not attend this event if you, or a member of your household, has any symptoms of covid-19. We also ask if everyone who is able could take a quick lateral flow test before coming to the event. This is not a hard and fast requirement for you to attend the event but is highly recommended to help us keep your fellow volunteers safe. If you get a positive test – please do not attend the event and follow Government guidance. Also please can everyone try to maintain social distancing as much as possible.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – please rsvp using the button below and complete the form to secure your spot. If the event is already fully booked then please sign yourself up to the waiting list and we’ll be in touch if a space becomes available.

Please email volunteering@southeastriverstrust.org to:

  • Find out more information,
  • Cancel your space if you can no longer make it.

To read our Health and Safety Guidelines for this event please click HERE.

To read our Privacy Policy and see how we use and look after the information you provide when booking your spot at our events please click HERE.

Morden Hall Park River Restoration Day – Wandle

FULLY BOOKED – please add yourself to the waiting list.

Activity Description: We’ll be continuing our volunteer restoration work through Morden Hall Park to improve this section of the River Wandle for wildlife. Activities could include removal of toe boarding, installing woody material or seeding this section with clean gravels.

Meeting point: Near the start of the wetland boardwalk in Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, SM45JD. Exact spot marked HERE on Google Maps.

What to bring: gardening gloves (they will get wet so you may want to avoid expensive leather ones), hand sanitiser, face mask and any water or food you may want. We’ll be providing hot drinks at lunch to help warm everyone up – but please bring along your own mug to help us reduce covid risks.

Covid precautions: Please do not attend this event if you, or a member of your household, has any symptoms of covid-19. We also ask if everyone who is able could take a quick lateral flow test before coming to the event. This is not a hard and fast requirement for you to attend the event but is highly recommended to help us keep your fellow volunteers safe. If you get a positive test – please do not attend the event and follow Government guidance. Also please can everyone try to maintain social distancing as much as possible.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL – please rsvp using the button below and complete the form to secure your spot. If the event is already fully booked then please sign yourself up to the waiting list and we’ll be in touch if a space becomes available.

Please email volunteering@southeastriverstrust.org to:

  • Find out more information,
  • Cancel your space if you can no longer make it.

To read our Health and Safety Guidelines for this event please click HERE.

To read our Privacy Policy and see how we use and look after the information you provide when booking your spot at our events please click HERE.

SuDS not floods – pass it on!

The South East Rivers Trust has been working with Sutton Council to deliver a SuDS in Schools project in Carshalton. Delivering a sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) project has been a new and valuable experience for the Trust.

Timing could not have been better for this SuDS project.  Along with all the extreme weather events around the world that have been in the news, closer to home flash flooding has hit the headlines.  Not only does this demonstrate the urgent need to address surface water flooding, but it has brought the issue to the public’s attention.  It is the perfect chance to capitalise on the growing awareness of climate change and interest in environmental issues to get SuDS on the public agenda.

For more information on SuDS, click here.