We are having another volunteer session on Wednesday 9th December to finish planting the native bluebells and wood anemones in the area behind the BMX track. This will be our final get together this year so please join us if you can. It would be helpful to know numbers so please advise Sue Britton or Steve Telford if you plan to join us…. we can easily work socially distanced in the wooded area.
Our classes are at the Community Centre on Wednesday Evenings and the Scout Hut on Saturday Mornings.
For more information on locations click here.
Affiliated to the KUGB. The KUGB is is one of the largest and most successful single-style association in Great Britain
Main website is here: www.wcsk.org.uk
FRIENDS OF WESTMINSTER PARK
Secretary: Sue Britton, 24 Lache Lane Chester CH4 7LR
Annual General Meeting
will be held at 8.00pm on
Wednesday 27 November 2019
Westminster Park Community Centre,
Five Ashes Road, Chester CH4 7QS
FoWP Community Volunteer Day – Sunday 21st July 10.00-14.00
Following on from the success of our January Volunteer Day, we have arranged another Sunday get together for 21st July. The main focus of activity will be the flower beds bordering the old putting green and the car park. Westminster Park Gardening Club have kindly agreed to lead on this and have done a site survey to assess the extent of work. There are quite a number of shrubs in the border and we plan to put mulch/ bark down in the future to help keep the weeds at bay.
If there are sufficient volunteers, we can tackle other areas too. Please feel free to help for as much time as you are able – there is no obligation to attend for the whole time.
WP Gardening Club have suggested that we really need to maintain those areas we have cleared and it would be helpful if a few volunteers would be prepared to manage a small area on a more regular basis. If you feel able to commit to this, please let us know.
If you are able to volunteer please could you advise us in advance. If you know of anyone else who would like to help with this effort, please pass on this note.
Look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on that day. It will help to make our well appreciated open space even better.
Sue Britton & Steve Telford,
Friends of Westminster Park
I’ve attached a programme from the Westminster Park Residents Association Gardening Club in case anyone is interested.
Following the success of the volunteer working party in collecting litter and other rubbish in Westminster Park as part of the ‘Clean for the Queen’ campaign earlier in the year, another volunteer working party is being held to plant spring bulbs and to tidy some of the shrub beds in Westminster Park.
We will be meeting at the café in the centre of the park at 10.00am on Thursday 10th November and working for about a couple of hours.
Please come along with family and friends to do your part in brightening up Westminster Park. Wear working clothes and stout boots or shoes and with gardening gloves if you have them. Some equipment will be available but it would also be helpful if you could bring gardening tools such as hand or border forks, spades, secateurs and loppers for your own use if you have them.
Please email if you are able to join us, so that we have an idea of numbers – we would like 20-25 helpers if possible.
We are fortunate in having Westminster Park with its wide range of sporting and recreational activities. With your help we can keep it looking at its best.
See you there!
Please support our AGM on Wednesday 30 NOVEMBER 2016 at 8.00pm at Westminster Park Community Centre.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Westminster Park will be held on Wednesday 25th November 2015 at Westminster Park Community Centre, commencing at 8.00pm
A G E N D A
1. Welcome by Chairman – David Guyton
2. Roll call of Members present.
3. Minutes of meeting dated 26th November 2014
4. Report by Chairman – David Guyton
5. Treasurer’s report – Jenny Szczyglowska
6. Election of officers – Chairman
7. Present and on-going activities – General discussion
8. Any other business
The Council has announced that Golfstorehouse has been selected to manage the golf course and cafe in Westminster Park in succession to Brio with effect from 1 April. Norman Trott and I have met the directors of Golfstorehouse. We have expressed our keenness to help the new venture make a success of both the golf course and the cafe and are planning to meet them again shortly now that their appointment has been made public.
As with Brio, the arrangement does not include responsibility for the public toilets.