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Very many thanks to the 24+ people who turned up this morning to help with the Park Action Day. With teams inside the hall, on the recreation ground & in the play area a big impression was made all round with litter picked, shrubs pruned, weeds & brambles cleared, windows cleaned & furniture steam cleaned to mention just a few of the jobs done! We look forward to even more people coming to help next time on 24th June when we need to get the site looking it’s best ready for the fete.
Peace Memorial Trust – art & craft – make an Easter bonnet! + pre-loved toys & books
JACCI – famous children’s tombola
The Friends of North Bradley School – games
Ali’s Emporium – shabby chic, crafts & gifts
Cushions Galore – crafts
Wiltshire Sight – crafts & gifts
Horizons Cafe – Veggie hot food
Rio Pike – facepainting
Mr Withey’s ice cream
A very limited number of spaces remaining
Set up from 9 am
Tables (one provided) £10 + a raffle prize
stall holders also considered for our recreation ground
Please come and help with this special initiative. Let’s tidy up the winter litter and get the park looking it’s best ready for the Easter egg hunt! Wear suitable clothing and footwear, please bring tools if you want to tackle any pruning etc. No unaccompanied children.
Attending stalls will include:-
JACI – lucky dip, tombola
Stacey Newton – toys
http://hartandhorner.co.uk/ – toys, crafts & more
Raffle tickets, refreshments (inc cakes & buns) and 2nd hand children’s books will be sold in aid of play area maintenance.
Children’s craft table
Do come & help! We have lots of wildflower seeds & some shrubs to plant in the gaps in the play area.
the tree that had blown over onto the back of the hall and roof, luckily no real damage
was caused, as well as finishing removing rubbish and bramble from the play area ditch.
As it is really too late in the season for planting we have decided to concentrate on ensuring
the bank is weed free before planting the donated Woodland Trust hedging saplings
and Grow Wild seeds in early autumn.