Sometimes large branches on the trees in the park break off and fall on the ground. This can happen unexpectedly, in particular with our veteran oaks and other older trees. Sometimes a branch breaks but stays hanging awkwardly on the tree.
Lewisham Council is responsible for trees in its public parks, nature reserves, on pavements and roadside verges, in other green spaces that are maintained by Lewisham Council and trees on housing estates managed by Lewisham Homes.
Lewisham Council is not responsible for trees in private gardens, private roads or on red routes. For red routes report to Transport for London.
We've found out how to report a dangerous tree limb: Go to the Lewisham website below and you will be guided on how to report a problem with a tree in a public space. <https://www.lewisham.gov.uk/myservices/environment/trees/Pages/Report-tree-problems.aspx>
If you are reporting about a tree in Mayow Park you will need to include the address and postcode:
Mayow Park, Mayow Road SE26 4SS
Established in 1993, the Friends of Mayow Park are people who are interested in and care about Mayow Park in the London Borough of Lewisham. Our members include dog walkers and joggers, parents,grandparents and carers with children, young people and retired people.
Monday, 28 January 2019
Monday, 14 January 2019
AGM 26th JAN 2019
You are invited to join FRIENDS OF MAYOW PARK (FOMP) for our ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
This will be held on Saturday 26th January 2019 from 10am to midday
Meet in the Bowls Green main cabin.
The meeting will begin with a short review of 2018, reports and election of officers.
We will then discuss Green Flag award criteria as a minimum standard for all parks, management of our park, the need to improve the children’s playground and the important role of active volunteers.
FOMP members are all volunteers who care about Mayow Park. They work with Council and Glendale staff to strive for a welcoming and well-managed park.
Do join our team to help improve our local park.
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