What is the Furzedown Community Network?
The Furzedown Community Network (FCN), is made up of local people keen to promote a sense of community and help make Furzedown – an area and local government ward between Streatham and Tooting in South West London – a good place to live, work and play.
We work to improve our neighbourhood, which includes organising events including the annual Furzedown Summer Festival and Christmas Market and smaller events such as quiz nights. The activities undertaken reflect the interests and energy of the group members who organise them.
There is an annual general meeting which meets early in the year to elect the committee and discuss other issues.
Local businesses support us in various ways and give discounts to our members.
Join FCN – click here
- Arts Show: Looking for 2020 art graduates -
- LOCAL COMMUNITY AWARDS - FCN are seeking nominations for Local Community Awards, a new scheme to recognise local people contributing to the community.
- Go WILD with The Wildlife Trusts - This June, join hundreds of thousands of people taking part in 30 Days Wild. We’re challenging you to do something a little bit wild every day: that’s 30 Days of fun, exciting and simple Random Acts of Wildness. It’s easy! https://www.wildlondon.org.uk/news/30-days-wild
- Tree wardens - As we get more trees in Furzedown you might be interested in the Tree Warden scheme – “All our tree wardens are volunteers who gather information about local trees in the public realm and get involved in local tree matters in the London Borough of Wandsworth. We promote for public benefit the conservation, protection and … Continue reading "Tree wardens"
- Home schooling maths support - The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics has some resources for parents and carers helping children with maths at home.
Chat with the community
Communication between members of the Furzedown Community takes place on a groups.io group – to join send a blank email to email@example.com
Feel free to donate to the FCN via Paypal if you wish to support local events such as the Festival in June.