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- Litter Picking Event
Litter does become much more of a problem during hot weather spells so please consider joining us to make our area a cleaner place to live. 🙏
- Christmas Clean-up
Come and join us for a festive clean up around Abbey Park Sunday 11th December Meeting at the play park.
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- Litter Picking Event
A great turnout for todays event and there I was thinking it would be a low turn . How wrong could I be! A fantastic session where lots of rubbish has been removed including a Vodka bottle, a dogs bed, a full bag of fabric left by the roadside and a huge amount of plastics. Thank you to all those that took part.
- Monthly Litter Picking Event
Please do come along and support our latest Litter Picking Event from 10 to 11 o'clock. Meeting next to the play park we will each chose an area to work on. If you haven't got equipment, but would like to take part, please let me know via email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and I can bring pickers, bags and gloves.
- Why not come and help us keep Abbey Park neat and tidy?
Equipment provided Just email us on email@example.com to confirm to confirm your attendance.
- Abbey Park Community Association Open Meeting
Please attend out Open meeting if you can tomorrow evening 7PM at The Willow Tree.
- It's here!
The weather was kind to us yesterday and our very own Major Oak Sapling was planted. Children from St Edmund Campion School, The Lady Mayoress and a representative from the RSPB (who graciously agreed to give us the sapling) were all there along with many local residents. More news and photographs will be added to our webpages when we have the necessary permissions.
- Major Oak sapling on Abbey Park
On Wednesday 23rd February at 2pm there will be a ceremony to mark the planting of the Major Oak sapling on Abbey Park and to formally ‘welcome’ the fruit trees planted last winter. Please come along if you can and join the Mayor of Rushcliffe, local schoolchildren and other Abbey Park residents at the planting. Izi Banton, Estates and Conservation Manager for RSPB Sherwood Forest said: “There are Major Oak saplings which have been planted in locations right around the world, so we know that its offspring will be growing and generating their own acorns and saplings for centuries to come and I am delighted that we have been able to donate this one to a community in our own county, to stand alongside other Nottinghamshire species which have been so carefully selected for Abbey Park.” The sapling will be a significant addition to the recent planting on Abbey Park. Pupils from Edmund Campion Primary School will be involved in the planting of the Oak, and in the care of the fruit trees, and so encouraged to learn about their positive environmental impact and their Nottinghamshire history.
- Abbey Park Community Association meeting
In case you aren't aware, there is a meeting tomorrow evening at the Community Centre on Buckfast Way at 7pm.