We are a society dedicated to protecting the wildlife and widening the public interest and understanding of Mitcham Common. You can join us and help protect the Common.
Who to contact for injured Wildlife on the Common:
Wildlife Aid Foundation
Emergency 24 hour Hotline: 01372 360404
Mobile ambulance (8am to 8pm) 01892 731565
Swans and all waterfowl:
The Swan Sanctuary
Emergency no. 01932 240790
New greetings cards
We are pleased to announce that our photo greeting cards are now available. They come in packs of 10 assorted designs and cost £7.50 per-pack. Thanks to various photographers for these images.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-order your cards and to arrange payment.
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Magpie Meets are on the first Thursday of every month. Please email before attending to confirm that the Meet is on.
If you are just discovering Mitcham Common for the first time, or are a regular visitor, please consider becoming a member of the Friends. Perhaps you would like to buy memberships for family members as Christmas presents.
Drop us an email if you would like to know more about our work or to let us know if you see any interesting plants or wildlife as you spend time on the Common.
The latest Magpie newsletter
‘The Magpie’ is the official newsletter of the Friends of Mitcham Common. It brings our members up to date with the work of the Friends, including up and coming events and walks on the Common.
Click on the Magpie above to view the latest edition. You can also download each Magpie edition in PDF format.
The Magpie is over 30 years old and we’ve made every edition available on the website so people can see the history of the Friends and how we have addressed the issues of the Common.
How to get to Mitcham Common
Lying in South London straddling the boroughs of Merton, Croydon and Sutton, Mitcham Common is a 182 hectare (460 acres) site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation.
It is also part of the Wandle Valley Regional Park