We are delighted to announce our first fundraising event – an evening of performances, a charity auction and hotpot supper from 6pm – 9pm at St Martins Parish Hall, Broadway in Fulwood, with tickets priced at £5 per adult / £2.50 per child. Tickets include a
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Preston City Council’s landscape architects are currently working on a draft plan to show some ideas of park improvements. This should be ready to view at the end of February when we will be taking it out and about for public consultation. Watch this space
If anyone is interested in some free training on how to use the defibrillator housed on the Pavillion building, please get in touch.
It’s certainly a windy one today! Take care out there and if you spot a recently felled tree that needs dealing with, let us know.
Whilst we are sure you are all delighted by the new path from Belton Hill to Walker Lane (and we would like to express our sincere thanks to LCC’s Public Rights of Way team for it), we are also aware of a few issues that
The next committee meeting of the ‘Friends’ will be on Tuesday 26th January at 8.30pm. If you would like to be more involved and join us, please let us know. Meetings are held at: St. John Baptist Church Club Broadway, Fulwood, Preston, Lancashire, PR2 9TH
The Lancashire County Council contractors are back this week. They will hopefully complete the Belton-Hill to the Railway bridge footpath today. They will then start on the footpath running along the brook from the Railway to Walker Lane.
If you live near Conway Park you may have received one of our festive flyers through your door to wish you Merry Christmas. We also hope that you will join our community group and help make our local park even better! Our goal is to upgrade
Works have resumed this week and the path has been relaid from the railway bridge up to the brow of the hill level with the park. Hopefully the rain will stay away and let the ground crew get a decent amount done before Xmas.