The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Wormholt Park took place on 9 April 2017. It was preceded by a children’s competition to design a poster about litter in the park. The winner was Meckenzy and you will see his poster and other posters designed by the children displayed in the park.
The Annual and Financial Reports can be found on this website – go to Annual Report.
Wormholt Park is a small park situated in the north of Shepherds Bush between the Uxbridge Road to the south and the busy A40 to the north in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. It was opened in 1911; an open-air lido situated alongside it was added in 1923; and a bandstand was built in the park in 1931 and a bowling green in 1936. However, by the 1980s the neighbouring swimming pool and bowling green were closed and the park was in need of regeneration.
In 2009 a group of residents came together to initiate new plans for the park and in 2011 the group was formalised as the Friends of Wormholt Park. The Friends have been a driving force behind the plans for the redevelopment of the park, work which will be completed by May 2016. We also organise events in the park and co-ordinate activities with other local community groups.
It is our aim to ensure the park sees a return to its former glory as an oasis within the surrounding urban landscape serving the needs of all residents, young and old, and as a focal point for the local community.
The links above will take you to pages which give more information about the Friends, events, a history of the park, how to contact us and a blog.