Half term activities

Painting our Nocturnal Wildlife Saturday 19.10.19,1-3pm (free)

A drop-in art session for all ages, making stencilled ink & watercolour posters of our nocturnal wildlife, run by the Tooting Common Heritage Project and local artist Sophie Cook. This event is at the Woodfield pavilion, and part of Streatham Festival's Family Day, with activities all across Streatham. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Sign up here: https://tchp-painting-nocturnal-wildlife.eventbrite.com

BSL-interpreted Wildlife Walk

Tuesday 22.10.19, 11-12.30pm (Free)

Join Tooting Common Heritage Project for a free walk & talk about our wildlife coming into autumn, followed by tea and cake. This event will be led in spoken English and interpreted in BSL. This is a family event, under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Sign up here: https://tchp-bsl-walk.eventbrite.com

Autumn leaf


Wednesday 23.10.19,

12.30-2.30pm (Free)

Join us for an autumn-themed craft session at the Woodfield Pavilion. We'll be making fun creations from the different shapes and colours of leaves around at this time of year. Suitable for all ages, under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Sign up here: https://tchp-leaf-sculpture.eventbrite.com

Nocturnal Wildlife of

Tooting Common

Wednesday 23.10.19, 6- 7.30pm


Join the Tooting Common Heritage Project at the Woodfield Pavilion for an exciting torchlight treasure hunt to learn about the wildlife that comes out in the night on Tooting Common. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult. Snacks and hot drinks will be provided.

Sign up here: https://tchp-nocturnal-wildlife.eventbrite.com

For any more details about our activities please contact hsayers@enablelc.org

Hope to see you there!



The Tooting Common Heritage Project completed on the 31 December 2019. Thank you to everyone involved in the success of the project.

Initiated by Wandsworth Council, managed by Enable Leisure and Culture in partnership with the South London Swimming Club, The Woodfield Project, idverde, Tooting History Group and the Wandsworth Historical Society. Funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Wandsworth Council.