The River Wandle is a river in south-east England. The names of the river and of Wandsworth are thought to have derived from the Old English "Wendlesworth" meaning ...
The Wandle is certainly one of London's better known rivers especially to people in South London though I still come across many people across London who have never ...
The Wandle Trust, with support from ... Fish passage on the River Wandle is impeded by over 30 in stream structures, the majority of which are weirs left from the ...
The Wandle Trail is a walking and cycling trail that follows the River Wandle from Croydon to Wandsworth in south-west London
The River Wandle is a river in south London. The names of the river and of Wandsworth are thought to have derived from the Old English 'Wendlesworth'
River Wandle joining the Thames in Wandsworth. This mud is soft and deep. Bags of rubbish. Chair ? Spare paving bricks ? Anti vandal camera, broken by vandals.
The once industrial River Wandle flows through the London Boroughs of Croydon, Sutton, Merton and Wandsworth. It rises in both Carshalton and Croydon before its path ...
The River Wandle has a long and illustrious history as a chalkstream fishery. Until the end of the 19th century it was seen as one of the world’s great chalkstreams.
Preserving the history of the Wandle river. Background information on the museum, visitors' information, archive and news are provided.
Wandle Trail - Map. Finding route details. Clicking on a route will show you a popup box with the route name/number; If there are more details about the selected ...