The Residents’ Association of West Wimbledon (RAWW) aims to protect and enhance the local environment and promote the interests of the local community. Membership is open to residents on the south side of Copse Hill, the north side of Coombe Lane, Pepys Road to the east, and all roads in between these boundaries. Hampton Close, Durrington Avenue, Durrington Park Road and Langham Court in Wyke Road are also included. The area is shown in the map below, shaded green.
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The ten and a half acre site contains about 250 allotment plots.
The 2017 AGM will be held in St. Matthews Church Hall on 10th October.
RP Community Forum
Held in Raynes Park Library meeting room
Time: 7.15pm- 9.00pm. Future meetings:
Crossrail 2 (CR2)
The CR2 project has a high priority in Government. Wimbledon will form a major interchange and CR2 is likely to extend through Raynes Park. Jerry Cuthbert and Stephen Hammond MP have produced a paper on Crossrail2.
Merton Council is planning to implement a new scheme with all households having two large wheelie bins.
A submission of new proposals by Berkley Homes replaces 16 houses with 85 flats.
Stephen Hammond has produced a paper on proposed parliamentary boundary changes.
Recreational & Social
The West Wimbledon Bowling Club & West Wimbledon Society are both long established.
There are three parks: Cottenham Park, Holland Garden and Morley Park.
The Residents’ Association of West Wimbledon aims to protect and enhance the local environment and promote the interests of the local community.
Residents' Association of West Wimbledon
The library is located in Approach Road, SW20 8BA.
The 19th Wimbledon Scout Group is open to all young people aged from 6 to 14 years.
Ward-based Safer Neighbourhood Police Teams were launched in 2005.