Wendell Park Gardening Friends: a new local voluntary group

Who we are

 

Wendell Park Gardening Friends (WPGF) was formed in August 2017 in conjunction with the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, as an independent local voluntary group, with the purpose of improving and diversifying the planting for the enjoyment of all, in our much loved community asset, Wendell  Park.

In the last quarter of 2017, we ran a successful SpaceHive crowdfunding campaign to raise funds to replant the south border of the park.   The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Growing a Greener Britain and a large number of individual sponsors in the local community contributed generously to get us up and running

WPGF aims to be the principle forum for representing the views of ALL users of the park, particularly in respect of its restoration and regeneration, and for promoting more effective beneficial usage of the park to the wider community.  Anyone can become a Member of WPGF by paying a one-off lifetime subscription fee of £5 only – however larger donations are also vey welcome.  membership fees can be paid in cash, by cheque or via the PayPal link on the Membership page,

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Wendell Park: a hub for the local community

About Wendell Park

Wendell Park is a well loved and much used park situated off the Askew Rd in the busy urban area of Shepherd’s Bush W12. It is at the intersection of Cobbold , Gayford, Wendell and Hartswood roads.

Its mature trees, large borders and green areas provide a slice of nature and a breath of fresh air amid the hustle and bustle of West London.

The park offers a central lawn area, perfect for kicking a ball, exercising your dog, having a sports day or just enjoying a family picnic on a sunny day.

The well equipped zoned-off playground is a wonderful space for young children to run and play in safety.

The park has a good sized dedicated dog zone as well as a fenced off dog-free zone with table and benches, opposite the playground.

There are many more benches along the path that circumambulates the central green area for those wanting to relax, have a quiet lunch or simply contemplate the world.

You can read a brief history of the park, written by local historian and committee member Caroline Macmillanhere