About the Friends of Jubilee Country Park

Jubilee Country Park is local Nature Reserve of 62 acres of neutral grassland meadows and woodland that support a variety of wildlife including species that are rare in London.

The Friends of Jubilee Country Park work to protect and conserve this important local amenity in a variety of ways. Volunteers take part in conservation work to help amphibians, birds, butterflies, insects, mammals, reptiles and wild flowers that live on this precious piece of our local environment. 

The aims, objectives, membership, finances and 
management of the Friends of Jubilee Country Park are detailed in their constitution which can be seen here

We have at least four meetings yearly at which invited speakers talk on the countryside and environmental topics. The Friends also hold guided walks, talks and events suitable for all the family. Informal social evenings are held monthly.

If you want to help us conserve and protect this Park there are many ways in which you can contribute:

Join:  to be kept informed of our programme we would love to welcome you as a “Friend”

Volunteer: There is an organised work programme in which you can make a difference to the Park while enjoying the company of like-minded people

Shop: The profits from anything you buy will help us conserve and protect the Park

To find out about workdays, events and how to become a Friend please contact 07976 409743, or use the Join link, or send us an email - jubileecountrypark@yahoo.co.uk or use the link below.

For any other queries email the Friends at Jubilee Country Park







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