Daisy and I would just like to share some pictures from the very successful Easter Family Fun day we held on 16th April 2-4pm! Families enjoyed face painting (provided by Funky Faces), making Easter bonnets and Baskets (provided by mobilecrafts4u), using Brighter Living Partnership’s Smoothie Bike and after all that, running round our Community gardens hunting Easter Eggs! What a fun day!
After a short break, the High Park – Think Family, Think Community project is back!
Community Organiser, Rachel Wheble, has moved on to pastures new and though we’re sad to see her go, we hope to carry on right from the great place she left off.
We are planning some exciting new events over the coming weeks and so please keep an eye on the website, Twitter and Facebook for further details.
In the meantime, we are hoping to speak to as many High Park residents as possible about your visions for the project, and for High Park more broadly and will be running another community consultation in the coming weeks — both online and out and about in the community — so please keep any eye out for that too!
As always, if you have any ideas about positive changes you’d like to see happen in High Park, or you just fancy meeting me, Jennie (the new project organiser), please don’t hesitate to get in touch, I’d love to hear from you!
Dementia Friends gives people an understanding of dementia and the small things that you can do that make a difference – please join us!
Southport Community Centre, Norwood Road, PR8 6HQ
Tuesday 1st November 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Come and join us from 5.30pm for snacks and drinks
Our Dementia Friends Information Session will be run by Justine (SPAC) and Val (Alzheimers) The information session will last around one hour. We will learn more about dementia and how we can help to create dementia friendly communities.
Open to all local businesses & local residents in High Park
Please get in touch to book your place
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call/text: 077382 40945
As a special thank you – all completed surveys will go in to a draw for a chance to win a family pass to Splashworld or a £20.00 voucher for Barton’s Butchers)
CLOSING DATE FOR SURVEYS IS MONDAY 31st OCTOBER 2016
*Do you think we have made a difference? *Have you enjoyed our events & activities? *What else would you like to see happen?
*Could we have done anything differently?
*Have we been friendly, helpful, supportive? Thank you for all your support – it’s in your hands
Hi all, Just a quick note – if any local businesses or organisations would like to advertise in the next issue of the High Park Community Newsletter (2000 copies produced and distributed locally) please get in touch!
The newsletter is a quality, printed, full colour, 16 page, A5 booklet and it costs just £25.00 for a half page advert
Email Rachel for more details: email@example.com
Please note: Adverts deadline : 12pm Thursday 22nd September 2016
Huge thanks to all the local business who have supported the October/November 2016 High Park Community Newsletter
Well it’s finally arrived! The school summer holidays are here and we have lots going on….
Due to the success of last summers Scavenger Hunt, the children have asked me to do it again this year.
There are 8 items to collect & stick on to the sheet and – new for this year – I am really excited to have a ‘Secret Word Hunt’ for the children to find letters in the shop windows around Bispham Road; rearrange the letters to make the secret words
and complete the sheet – here’s one to get you started….
Huge thanks to all the shops for ‘hosting a letter’ – the support has been fantastic!
Spare copies of the hunt are available in K&M Corner Shop
All completed Scavenger Hunt sheets can be posted in the special ‘hunt box’ located in Bispham Road Post Office Closing date: 5pm Tuesday 23rd August
Please don’t forget to include the child’s name, age, address & postcode because I need to know where to post the prize 🙂
(There are prizes for all completed hunts)
All hunts have been collected and prizes posted – well done everyone!
The blue Parenting 2000 bus is back on the park in August with football from Active Soccer, tennis from North Meols Tennis Club, golf from Southport OldLinks, music from Rag Tag Misfits and lots of arts & crafts
COME & JOIN US!
Themed arts & crafts at Southport Community Centre – fancy dress optional (and fun!) – COME & JOIN US!
Tuesday 23rd August 2pm – 4pmUnder The Sea with lots of arts & crafts, face painting, balloon models, music and fun
Tuesday 30th August 2pm – 4pmPirates and Fairies with lots of arts & crafts, face painting, balloon models, music and fun
FREE classes for age 12 – 17 years – St John’s Ambulance Essential First Aid and Food Hygiene Level 2 – All classes are now fully BOOKED – huge thanks for your support
On Tuesday 28th June we spent an early morning at Meols Cop Railway Station with the Friends of Meols Cop Station and North Meols Library Association.
Speaking with rail users re the campaign to retain direct services between Southport and Manchester Piccadilly. The High Park project and North Meols Library Association gave out refreshments and books to all rail users and the latest community newsletter from the High Park project.