Wandle Valley Forum was established in 2005 to bring together people and organisations that care for the River Wandle and its diverse network of open spaces and communities. We are supported by over 140 community groups, voluntary organisations and local businesses. We provide both a communications network and an independent voice for the different communities and organisations that make up the Wandle Valley Regional Park.
The Wandle Valley Forum:
The Wandle Valley Forum Charter sets out the Wandle community's priorities and describes the distinct role of Wandle Valley Forum. View it here and download and print it here.
You can see a map of the Wandle Valley and its network of green spaces here.
The Wandle Valley Forum is run by volunteers and is a not-for-profit unincorporated association.
Get in touch if you want to get involved or make a donation - email@example.com.
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Our constitution is available for download.
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2023 - presentation by National Trust
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2023 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2022 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2022 - presentation
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2021 - presentation by London Waterkeeper
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2021 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2019 - presentation by Bella Davies, Wandle Trust
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2019 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2018 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2017 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2016 - notes
Wandle Valley Forum Annual Meeting 2015 - notes
Click the Wandle Valley Forum Charter above to download and download a print version here.
Wandle Valley Forum held a Wandle Futures event on 17 October 2015. This was attended by a wide range of community organisations, voluntary groups and lovers of the Wandle. It included presentations by London National Park City, National Trust and Wandle Valley Regional Park Trust. These were followed by a workshop to shape future priorities for the Wandle. The top priorities identified are to: