Friends of Tooting Common
     
 
         
How to find us
 
Who We Are



 

We are a group of local residents who care about our common and want to make it a better place for people, plants and wildlife.

If you think you can help us with things like fundraising and volunteer workdays, please do get in touch.

Please do join us.

Membership is £6 per person, or £10 for a family (same address)

You can find our application form here


Forthcoming events

For more information, please email fotcinformation@gmail.com

Sunday 10 June, Fun Dog Show - registration from 1pm, show starts at 2pm! See document with more details here and see the poster for the show here.
Wednesday 20 June, 11.30am - Litter pick. Meet point to be announced.
Wednesday 20 June 7pm - Plant walk. Meet at junction of Church Lane and Furzedown Road.
Saturday 23 June - Midsummer event, followed by Bat walk 
Wednesday 4 July, 11.30am - Litter pick. Meet point to be announced.
Monday 9 July, 7pm - Plant walk. Meet at junction of Fernlea, Emmanuel and Cavendish Roads.
Wednesday 18 July, 11.30am - Litter pick. Meet point to be announced.
Sunday 22 July, evening - Bat walk 
Sunday 19 August, 2.30pm - Plant walk. Meet at junction of Emmanuel and Rastell Roads.
Sunday 26 August, evening - Bat walk 
Wednesday 5 September, 11.30am - Litter pick. Meet point to be announced.
Saturday 22 September, 2.30pm - Lambeth Heritage Festival Plant walk. Meet at junction of Garrads and Tooting Bec Roads
Sunday 30 September, evening - Bat walk 
Sunday 21 October, evening - Bat walk 
Sunday 28 October afternoon - Pumpkin Parade

Exchange of emails between FOTC and Wandsworth Council on condition of trees felled on Chestnut Avenue (right click this link and select "Save As")

FOTC comments of 7 July to Wandsworth Council on proposed Tooting Common Triangle field development

FOTC comments of 29 May to Wandsworth Council on planning application for retention of service supply cabinet by Tooting Bec Road, near Lido

FOTC letter to Wandsworth Council opposing planning application for telecoms installation by Bedford Hill railway bridge

FOTC comments to Wandsworth Council OSC committee on 16 February on proposals for byelaws, and on Quietways cycling route through Tooting Common

FOTC letter to Planning Inspectorate opposing proposed telecomms mast by railway embankment, 9 January 2017

FOTC's petition opposing the plans to cut down and replace all the trees in Chestnut Avenue is at https://you.38degrees.org.uk/p/SaveChestnutAvenue

 

To contact us, email fotcinformation@gmail.com