Children with their families are welcome to join us.(Click on headline for details).
Carols by Torchlight
Friday 23rd December at 6.30pm. More details to follow.
Alexandra Park Friends will hold an Annual General Meeting on Monday October 3rd at 5pm. If you would like to attend, to hear about what we do and offer your suggestions for the future, please contact Sue by clicking firstname.lastname@example.org
The seeds are set
On April 2nd, local families helped Alexandra Park volunteers to scatter wild flower seeds on the prepared beds. Unfortunately, delayed work by the council to replace the railing took place after our efforts. Holes were dug and all the seedlings … read more
We invite local families with children to help us scatter the seeds on the wild flower beds at 10.30am on Saturday 2nd April. The wild flowers provide a colourful addition to the park and attract butterflies, bees and other pollinators. … read more
Carols by Torchlight
The Bear Flat Association presents Carols by Torchlight, accompanied by the B-Flat Barbers, on Friday 17th December at 6.30 near the main viewpoint. Everyone is welcome. Carol sheets are provided but do bring a torch. Refreshments will be available in … read more
Picnic in the Park 2021 has been cancelled.
We have a date set for next year’s Picnic – Sunday 3rd July 2022. Hopefully, we will all be vaccinated by then and will be able to mingle and picnic to our hearts’ content!
Because of Covid-19 restrictions, there is uncertainty about whether we will be able to hold Picnic in the Park in July. We will publish details as soon as a decision is made.
This year’s Picnic in the Park has been cancelled
It is with great sadness that we have taken the decision to cancel Picnic in the Park this year because of the ongoing problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. We have already pencilled in next year’s date though – Sunday … read more
Seeding Day cancelled
Owing to the spread of Covid-19, we have no option but to cancel the Wild Flower Seeding event on Saturday 4th April. We are sorry not to involve local families this year, but we have taken the Chief Medical Officer’s … read more