• Report It!

    You are our best eyes and ears for things that are going on in the Wandle Valley.

     

    We want to know from you what’s happening in your part of the Valley

     

    • If you are putting on an event – let us know

     

    • If you have a fantastic project idea and want some support – let us know

     

    • If you have seen a fantastic bird or fish or flower or fantastic building – send us your story or photograph

    Contact us on – info@wandlevalleypark.co.uk

     

  • Environmental Incident

    Environmental Incident

    We want to protect the Wandle Valley environment and the Wandle River.

    If you have any concerns that you have witnessed an environmental incident – call the Environment Agency incident hotline to report:

    • damage or danger to the natural environment
    • pollution to water or land
    • poaching or illegal fishing
    • dead fish or fish gasping for air
    • watercourses blocked by a vehicle or fallen tree causing risk of flooding
    • flooding from main rivers
    • illegal dumping of hazardous waste or large amounts of industrial waste
    • incidents at Environment Agency-regulated waste sites
    • illegal removals from watercourses
    • unusual changes in river flow
    • collapsed or badly damaged river banks

    Environment Agency Incident hotline
    Telephone: 0800 80 70 60
    24-hour service

  • Wandle Watchers Wildlife Recording

    Wandle Watchers Wildlife Recording

    We are trying to build up a better picture of the wildlife found on the River, and have created an online reporting form so everyone can record what they see.

    www.gigl.org.uk/online/wandle-watchers.aspx

    For more information on this fantastic project please see the Living Wandle Partnership project pages and the Wandle Archive.

    For support and more information please contact:

    livingwandle@wandsworth.gov.uk

    07500 073049.

  • Local Authority and Utility Company

    Local Authority and Utility Company

    For the following incidents, see the separate guidance to find out whether you should notify your local council or the utility company:

    Burst Water Main

    Noise

    Waste

    Pest Nuisances

    Discarded Syringes

    Dangerous Buildings or Structures