The Friends of Longford Park(http://folp.org.uk) have lined up the following events for spring 2009. Any proceeds will go towards hosting more community events and trying to improve Longford Park.
Friday 27th March 2009
Friends of Longford Park Fundraising Ceilidh Night
The Cutback Ceilidh Band (with Peter Bearon calling and featuring the
highly accomplished fiddler Tom Kitching) will play the Chorlton Irish
Club between 8pm-11.30pm.
The Irish Club address is 17 High Lane, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester M21 9DJ
Tickets are ￡6 and are available from Bob on 286 6979.
Refreshments by way of a Jacobs Table - Bring buffet type food you
like to put on the communal table and share. Friends of Longford Park
will provide cutlery and napkins.
Sunday 19th April 2009
Green up/Clean up Longford Park Wildlife Garden between 2pm and 4pm
Come along and help us spring clean the wildlife garden. Planned
activities include seed planting, litter picking, apple pressing, pond
dipping and children’s craft activities. Bring a spare plant to swap
with a neighbour. We hope to have a plant expert available to identify
any unusual plants brought along on the day.
Friday 8th May 2009
Summer Quiz Night at the Longfords Suite in the park from 8PM
Fully licensed Bar, Quiz, Raffle and excellent food available
(including vegetarian option).
Tickets ￡6 each including supper ￡2.50 admission only
Advance tickets from Bob 286 6979 or Margaret 865 6064
ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
The theme of this year’s photography competition is ‘Aspects of
Longford Park Spring/Summer 2009′.
The subject matter can relate to the landscapes, the wildlife, and the
history and of course the people that use Longford Park.
The winning entry will receive a cash price of ￡20. Closing Date is
the 5th June.
The winner will be announced at our AGM on the 7th June.
Please email your photographs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Walks - Last Sunday of Every Month 10.30 am to 12 noon
Join us in a gentle stroll around the main paths in the park. Enjoy
the fresh air, company and beautiful surroundings. Research has shown
that walking in green surroundings can promote a drop in blood
pressure and reduce feelings of stress. The walks are especially
suitable for people who do not take regular exercise and who might
feel unable to walk in the park unaccompanied.
Walks commence at 10.30 am at the main entrance gate on Edge Lane (at
the Junction with Cromwell Rd.) and are suitable for all abilities.
Everyone can walk at his or her own pace. Wear suitable flat shoes.
Refreshments will be provided at the end of the walk at Trafford
Athletics Stadium within the park.
The walks are provided in partnership with Trafford Borough Council as
part of the British Heart Foundation Walking Your Way To Health
If you need more info then contact email@example.com
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