New email address

Keeping in Touch…..

Friends of Eaglesfield Park (FOEP) have a new email address:

Unfortunately we were experiencing technical difficulties with the original address and reluctantly the only solution was to open a new account.    We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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2 Responses to New email address

  1. Bridget Imeson says:

    Hi Madeleine, I’ve just been looking through the blog and seen all the wonderful work you’ve been doing on it – its so great and you’re so brilliant! I love it. There’s so much of interest to read, it looks beautiful and really shows how lovely the park is.

    It such a good sense of just how much has been happening in the park over the past year, from the regular monthly pond gardening and tidying by FOEP volunteers; the visit by Alex Draper from Froglife giving his us his thumbs up for how well the pond is doing; the great help we had from the 13 enthusiastic young National Citizen Scheme volunteers; pond dipping at the summer fete; the great new signage that’s being read enthusiastically by visitors to the park; and getting the Green Flag Award for our 2nd year.

    After 24 years of living on the Hill, I never get tired of visiting or just walking through the park as many times as I can during the week, whatever the weather or time of year. There’s always something of interest to see but most of all I love the space and the air, and the wonderful views and just taking time to stop in this busy life and take notice of this lovely place.

    And with Spring almost around the corner, I can’t wait for FOEP activities to to get going again so I can enjoy being in the park with friends and neighbours and fellow FOEP’ers who love being there as much as me!

    Lets hope even more people join us this year – we’ll be there at the pond on the last Sunday of each month ready to welcome anyone of any age who’d like to get involved in whatever way they can.

    • Madeleine says:

      I’m really looking forward to spring. I wonder how the crocus and daffodils have coped with our very wet winter. Last year the crocus display was really beautiful – I hope this year will be even better. I anticipate that our first hands on tidy up session with be the last Sunday in March, weather permitting.

      By the way, if anyone has photos recording their visit to the park (e.g.walking the dog, children in playground, wildlife, views, pond, snow/autumn scenes), and they are happy to share them, I would love to include them in our blog. Perhaps we could have a “Page” dedicated “Visitor’s Photos”. Let me know what you think.

      Thanks for the kind comments about the blog content. I’m still very much a novice and learning all the time. All comments greatly received !

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