Volunteers had another successful tidy up in the park today – see photos below. We were joined by a team from CWaC so we made good progress.
We will be out again on Wednesday 5th November if anyone else would like to come along and lend a hand. Please bring any appropriate gardening implements.
And here we were again on another bright sunny morning – clearing the footpath, cutting back, weeding and new planting. Weather permitting, more again next Wednesday if anyone would like to join us!
Thank you to all our volunteers who generously donated their time to make a difference to our park.
As I receive more photos of our efforts I will upload to the website but here’s a selection.
Going forward and as Government advice changes, could we suggest to all that we continue our efforts in small groups (6 or less) on an ad hoc basis, advising either Sue Britton or Steve Telford in advance so that the FoWP insurance covers the activity. We’d welcome before and after photos.
Thank you to all our helpers today – great effort and it has made such a difference.
Many thanks to the dozen volunteers who turned up today in very blustery conditions to shift tree and hedge cuttings to various sites around the park. We didn’t quite finish the job but pretty close and it all looks much better.
I’ve attached a programme from the Westminster Park Residents Association Gardening Club in case anyone is interested.
Many thanks to all the helpers who turned up for our FoWP Volunteer Day on 13 January and put in a tremendous amount of effort. There were 40+ volunteers in attendance during the 3 hour period and a lot was achieved including the clean-up of the Lache Lane and Cliveden Road entrances, removal of the nettles within the young children’s play area, clearing of the pathways next to the play area and the fence which protects the young children’s football pitches, and planting of a large number of daffodil bulbs. As a result of this tremendous response we shall be planning a further Volunteer Day later in the spring.