Welcome to Wimbledon and Putney Commons


With the hot weather set to continue over the weekend and into next week, the grass and heath on the Commons is tinder dry and could very easily catch on fire.  If you plan to visit over this dry spell, please take great care to ensure any cigarettes are put out and disposed of properly, and that rubbish is put into the bins or taken away with you.   BBQs are not permitted because of the danger they pose to our vital habitats - our Keepers are instructed to put out any BBQ/cookfires they come across.  This is for your own safety as well as that of our staff and wildlife.

If you see a fire anywhere on the Commons, please call us straight away - we have a Duty Officer on call 24/7 to deal with such emergencies - 020 8788 7655.



Our Latest News

Ragwort and how it's managed on the Commons

Of all the plants that grow on the Commons, one of the most controversial is Ragwort, and there are many different views on how it should be managed - pull it up or leave it to grow.

Bird Sightings - May to June 2018

Latest update on bird sightings - May to June - from local recorder, Adrian Podmore, including news on Skylarks and Woodlark.

Moths on Oaks - OPM vs Green Oak Tortrix

Concerned about the clouds of moths you are seeing on Oak trees?  Read on.....

Wimbledon Common

Wimbledon Common is the largest of the three Commons and is popular area for recreation, relaxation and also a perfect place for spotting wildlife and birds.

Visit Wimbledon Common

Putney Heath

Putney Heath is characterised by an extensive areas of heathland, interspersed with groups of trees.

Visit Putney Heath

Putney Lower Common

Putney Lower Common is detached from the main body of The Commons and contains broad grass meadows with a riverside walk to the north.

Visit Putney Lower Common