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Lights not working

Posted on 21st August, 2012 in General News | News (0 Comments)

It seems as if the lights in the park have stopped working. This was noticed about two weeks ago and they haven’t come back on since. It has been reported to the council. Let’s hope the bats are enjoying the dark! UPDATE 22 Aug 2012: It turns out that somebody managed to open the feeder … Read more »

Friends Meeting

Posted on 8th July, 2012 in General News | News (0 Comments)

The Friends met this evening. We had 10 members turn up which meant that the changes to the constitution were agreed. The new constitution is available on teh about us page. Other issues we discussed included: Feedback and comments on recent council work in the park Praise for Pippa’s involvement More funding: need ideas What … Read more »

Work has begun in the park

Posted on 21st April, 2012 in General News | News (0 Comments)

A second phase of work began in the park today. The lights are being replaced for ones that do not require a cherry-picker should the bulb need changing. This work should be finished by the end of the week, weather permitting. The ecological project will start next week on 28 May and will last 3 … Read more »

AGM 2011

Posted on 19th October, 2011 in General News | News (0 Comments)

The Friends of Dog Kennel Hill Wood held their AGM this evening in the Albrighton Centre. Issues discussed were: Desire line across the path Knotweed Mowing of Meadow Council consultation Litter Picking Bulb Planting Ideal Bat Show Bug hotel improvements We also discussed possible changes to the constitution. Many thanks to all those who attended.

Path in Wood Re-surfaced

Posted on 1st October, 2011 in General News | News (0 Comments)

A section of the path in the wood has recently been re-surfaced by Stephen Charles (the team who carried out the work in the wood earlier thisyear). There was a section of the path that regularly flooded and became so muddy that people were having to walk around the path in order to pass. The … Read more »