Tivoli Park has frequent problems with fresh water springs. The bog that used to develop each winter in the park was drained by the council but at times of high rainfall it still overflows on to Tivoli Road. The Friends of Tivoli Park will be discussing a flood management plan with council staff at 2pm on Saturday 8th March at 2pm in the Portobello Community room (opposite Corktree House SE27 0QE – Tivoli Park Flood Management Project Consultation – Venue Map).
See also : http://friendsoftivolipark.blogspot.co
Cllr Jane Pickard in Tivoli Park
West Norwood has some lovely local parks -Norwood Park, Tivoli Park, Streatham Common and Brockwell Park. The council is looking at new ways of managing all the parks in Lambeth. To have your say about the future of our local parks you can fill in a survey online .
Or come to a local event on Thursday 19th September 2pm to 4pm in The Old Library at 16 Knights Hill SE27 0HY (just up from the West Norwood Post Office)
For more details see www.lambeth.gov.uk/cooperativeparks
Help is needed in Tivoli Park on Sunday 17th June at 12noon. The Friends of Tivoli Park have been given a big bag of wildflower seeds by the council to sow on the mound – the raised ground you see beyond the basketball court, by the ( currently dried-up) water feature. Will you help make this happen?
The first step is to prepare the ground by digging out some squares of turf, turning over the soil underneath and removing any weeds etc. It’s not too difficult – each square only takes about 10-15 minutes. Please email FriendsofTivoliPark@yahoo.co.uk if you can help on Sunday 17 June – and if you can bring a spade. Tivoli Park is between Knights Hill and Tivoli Road behind Furneaux Avenue and Dassett Road.
Later In July local people will be invited to re-weed the squares and sow the seeds. For details see http://friendsoftivolipark.blogspot.co.uk/
Wildflowers in cities help protect our essential insects – did you see Sarah Raven’s BBC programme about bees in our cities? Watch it on: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01cktgq
Tivoli Park last summer!
Tivoli Park with a play ground, ball court & water features lies between Knights Hill and Tivoli Road. Local people have formed a Friends Group to support this lovely oasis.
This Saturday -19th May- the Friends Group is holding an Annual General meeting with refreshments from 3pm for 3.30pm start at 75 Tivoli Road SE27 0EE. Open to all . BBQ and cakes – donations welcome.
http://friendsoftivolipark.blogspot.co.uk/ or email FriendsofTivoliPark@yahoo.co.uk
Tivoli Park is a small & popular park behind Tivoli Road, Furneaux Avenue, Knights Hill & Dassett Road . It has a play area, ball court and seasonal pond.
Friends of Tivoli Park stall
Local people are have set up a new community group – The Friends of Tivoli Park .
Come along at 7pm on Tuesday 12th July at Cheviot Gardens, Cheviot Road SE27 0SU (opposite Big Yellow Storage on Knights Hill) to hear about the history of the park and plans for the future. Refreshments will be available. All welcome.
For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
or see “Friends of Tivoli Park” community pages on Facebook
Picnicking in Tivoli Park
It will be a fantastic day on 12noon to 3pm on July 18th in Tivoli Park ( Knight’s Hill Recreation Ground) so please do drop by. If you have something you can add to the mix, be it food, shelter (a gazebo would be very helpful), entertainment, ideas, decorations, time, good will or just participating on the day DON’T BE SHY – get involved and spread the community spirit – email email@example.com or phone Jo on 07905 130 913.
‘The Big Lunch’ is a nationwide day of community parties to offer the chance for neighbours of different generations and backgrounds to sit down to eat together and share stories, skills and interests. The organisers of big Lunch day say “We know that when people get together, we become more positive and start to sort out some serious stuff. By simply having some fun on one day in July, we can build new friendships that we can enjoy for the rest of the year”.
For more info online about the Big Lunch see www.thebiglunch.com
and if you are on facebook see http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=126197637407480