Save The Animals of Maryon Park - Success!!!

After a Council meeting on Monday 28th November, we have learnt that our campaign against the closure of Maryon Wilson Park Animal Care Centre has been successful!! Instead of the ACC being closed in April 2012, the Council are going to fund the ACC beyond…Read More

Maryon Wilson Park ' Wall of Buggies' Protest

At 12 noon on 12 October, please join parent/carers & toddlers in a protective 1hour 'wall of buggies' around the animal enclosure at Maryon Wilson Park to protest against the council plans for cost cutting & closing the animal centre. The on &…Read More

Maryon Wilson Park open day - come along!

Come and join us for the Annual Open Day in Maryon Wilson Park: THIS Saturday May 21st from 10am to 4pm. There will be stalls selling plants, bric-a-brac, books, CDs/DVDs and good quality toys etc. STAMP UPDATE: In spite of the impression given by statements…Read More

Write a letter, save the park!

Click on BLUE WRITING for full bulletin. Greenwich Council are pressing ahead with the budget cuts to the Park so we are keeping up the pressure to save it. There are signs that they are wavering on this particular cut due to the HUGE response they've…Read More

Greenwich Council confirm cuts - keep up the pressure!

The budget meeting on the 3rd of March saw the council vote unanimously for the cuts, including Maryon Wilson Park animal park. However, we hear on good authority that the STAMP campaign, the size of the petition presented (which is still growing - please…Read More

Tonight's the Night!

Hi All, Well, it's off to the Council meeting tonight - keeping everything crossed! We spoke to Cllr Janet Gillman whose ward, along with Cllr Mo Iqbal's, covers Maryon Wilson Park and who will be adding her support to the cause when Cllr Iqbal present the…Read More

RSVP: Budget meeting Weds 2nd March

THE crucial budget meeting for the animal park’s future takes place this Wednesday 2nd March at 7pm at the Town Hall, Wellington Street, Woolwich. We need as many STAMP supporters there as possible to show the Council how valued and important our park is to…Read More
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