Liz Sherwood will be leading the next Friends of Mitcham Common litter pick on the Common. It will be on Sunday 15th November at 11am. Please meet at the Mitcham Common Ecology Centre on Windmill Road. All equipment will be provided, but please wear suitable clothing for the day.
Merton Council is making litter louts count the cost of littering by upping its fines to £80 from this month. As part of its zero-tolerance approach to the small minority of people who litter, the … Bigger fines for litter louts in Merton
Some photos of the successful Mitcham Common Community Clear Up Day!
The Mitcham Common Community Clear Up was a great success today as 17 hardy souls turned out to spruce up the Common. In the end, 28 bags of rubbish were collected, along with a TV and a mop! Many thanks to everybody who participated!
The Friends of Mitcham Common are taking part in the 21 March Community Clear Up Day by having a litter pick on the Common. We’ll meet at 10-30am at 501 Commonside East, CR4 1HH. Let’s make a difference! We have some gloves, litter grabbers and bags, but if you have that equipment, it would be … More Mitcham Common Community Clear Up Day – 21 March!
Friend of Mitcham Common Clare Riddiford doing an absolutely brilliant job clearing out Three Kings Pond near the Common on Mother’s Day. Let’s hope the volunteers can do the same on the Common on Saturday for our Community Clear Up Day!
Photos from the Friends of Mitcham Common July Capital Clean up.
The Friends of Mitcham Common was awarded a grant to organise a clean up of the Common as part of the Capital Clean Up project. Capital Clean-up ( http://www.london.gov.uk/cleanup) is a partnership campaign led by the Mayor of London to help Londoners work together to spruce up their city. It is supported by McDonald’s and … More Mitcham Common Capital Clean Up report