Get involved in your local park

Friends of parks

The community groups that work in our parks make a huge difference to the quality of the spaces. They lead on all sorts of activities that make the park a better place. Some run events, some do a lot of gardening, improvements and planting, some run activities and many are involved in the future planning for the park.

If you want to get involved, contact your local group to find out more, and if you don't see one for your local park and would be interested in setting one up, contact and we'll put you in touch with people who can help. You can also find further information on community development programmes in parks on the Glendale website. 

Berrylands Nature reserve, Elmbridge Meadows, Berrylands Park, Rose Walk Nature Reserve & Green Lane Recreation Ground

Friends of Berrylands nature reserve


Beverley Park

Friends of Beverley Park: Facebook

Canbury Gardens

Canbury and Riverside Association (CARA)

Canbury Community Trust

Canbury Gardens shared use cycle and pedestrian pathway trial:  Submit your views on the trial here.

Canbury Community Garden: Facebook

Elm Road Recreation Ground



Friends of Fishponds: Facebook


Hogsmill Community Garden

Hogsmill Community Garden: Facebook

Kingston Road Recreation Ground

Friends of Kingston Road Recreation Ground: WebsiteFacebook

Latchmere Recreation Ground

Friends of Latchmere Recreation (FOLAR): Facebook

Manor Park

Friends of Manor Park


Manorgate Road

Manorgate Road (MACRA)

Queens Promenade

Queens Promenade Friends: FacebookInstagram: @queenspromenade


Tolworth Court Farm

Tolworth Treasure & the Hogsmill Hum: Facebook

Victoria Recreation Ground

Friends of Victoria Recreation Ground (FoVR): Facebook


Last Modified: 18/07/2024 16:02:02