If you are coming onto campus do have a look at our new walks, taking in some of the amazing water features, both natural and man-made, that we have on the Streatham Campus.
This is an opportunity to have a guided tour of the newly developed Jubilee Water Walk as part of the Diamond Waterways Project. The walk will be led by the University’s Grounds Team and will focus on biodiversity and horticultural highlights.
Thursday 15 September 2016, 12:15 to 13:15
Meet by Amory Pond (by roundabout on Rennes Drive)
Contact for further information.
The event will not go ahead in heavy rain.
Welcome to the Grounds Team, our latest gadget – a remote controlled mower which will enable us to safely mow banks and reduce our gardeners exposure to Hand Arm Vibration hazards – the Irus Quatrak!
It has been tested out this week and is equally at home cutting our lawns and cutting brambles in the Taddiforde Valley.
The Grounds Team has been busy clearing the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Woodland in the Taddiforde Valley which had become overrun with brambles.
It looks a bit different now! on the very left of the picture is where car park D is now, and above that the Innovation Centres.
Spotted this morning by Terry from our Spreytonway Team, ducklings on the ponds in the Taddiforde Valley.