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- Abbey Park | Abbey Park Community Association | West Bridgford
تسجيل الدخول Click of the logo to go to Abbey Park Local Facebook Group Why not head over to see our Litter Picking Facebook Group Abbey Dogs Facebook Group (Private) Advertise here Our Aim: اهدافنا: هدفنا هو سد أي فجوات وتمكين كل فرد في مجتمعنا وبناء مكان أفضل للعيش من أجل مستقبل أكثر إشراقًا وأمانًا لأنفسنا وأطفالنا. يرجى تخصيص بعض الوقت للتمرير عبر صفحاتنا للحصول على معلومات وروابط لمختلف الوكالات الخارجية. لأية استفسارات أو تعليقات ، يرجى الاتصال بنا على عنوان البريد الإلكتروني المخصص لدينا: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact us لوحة إعلانات جميلة جديدة Our beautiful park Artwork by Simon Middlecote Abbey Park Community Association We are lucky to have some very talent people here on Abbey Park and Simon Middlecote is just one of them. Here, in this soft pastel drawing, he portrays the three Maple Trees next to Mountsorrel Drive as seen in October 2022
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- Recycling | Abbey Park Nottm
Back Local Charitable Giving & Recycling Opportunities Go Baby (Nottingham’s First Baby Bank) The Baby Bank is in The Meadows on the precinct near the Co-Op and you can park at the back entrance for free. It’s in the Digitall Prints shop and the lady who runs it is called Natasha. Opening times are currently Monday and Wednesday 12-2pm. They accept good quality donations for children 0-5 years (except mattresses and car seats .) They have a Facebook page and they will collect items, if you are unable to deliver. 20 Bridgeway centre NG2 2JD, 0115 986 6044 Katherine's - Paused temporarily as moving house. Please do NOT deliver to old address. Cheese packaging so long as it's the flexible sort - clean, dry and, preferably, flat please. Also accepts crisp packets and plastic bottle tops . Items go to Terracycle. Contact - Katherine Rooke at email@example.com Men’s Toiletries Hayward House palliative care based at Nottingham City hospital are always in need of men’s toiletries . Holme Lodge Care Home Holme Lodge are always looking for donations of towels, flannels, toiletries, mugs, cutlery and single bedding. Although no longer a charity, donations help them to use their limited resources to buy fun things for the residents. Any donations can be left in the porch. 1 Julian Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 5AQ The Meadows Foodbank The Meadows Foodbank has been chosen recently to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund. They are raising funds to set up a community fridge to store more of the fresh surplus food they receive, as they would like to add fruit and veg to food parcels to increase their nutritional value. Please consider buying a Co-op membership card for just £1 and selecting The Meadows Foodbank on the Co-op website or app as your cause to receive funding towards their fresh food initiative. It’s quick and easy to set up and will make a big difference! You might also wish to join The Meadows Foodbank Facebook page to keep up-to-date with how you can help. Stamps & Books Morrisons in Gamston are currently collecting good quality adult and children’s books to sell to raise funds for children’s charity Clic Sargent. They can be dropped off for attention of Kelly, who is the Community Champion (and awesome!) Stamps for Bone Cancer Research Trust Please contact Sarah Frost via APL Facebook Group 1cm border needed around each stamp. Plastic Takeaway Tubs - Drop of at 30 Newstead Drive The Friary Homeless Charity on Musters Road in West Bridgford need plastic takeaway tubs for handing out food. They sterilise them on arrival but please wash them and ideally connect them to their matching lid (with an elastic band if you’ve got them.) Medicine Blister Packs The pharmacy in Lady Bay have a box just inside the door where you can pop your empty medicine blister packs for recycling. Contact lenses & Toothpaste Recycling Find this lovely lady’s Facebook page, Tree's Homemade Terracycle Recycling Depo, as she has kindly set up recycling bins for contact lenses and blister packs and some toothbrush and toothpaste items . Tree opens up her bins periodically at her Lady Bay home for people to deposit their donations into for recycling. Please check carefully what can and cannot be recycled in this way, so as not to contaminate the bins. OLIO App You can list things you no longer want that other people might want to collect from your doorstep for free using the OLIO app (both food and non-food.) SHAREWEAR https://sharewearclothingscheme.org/ To donate locally, please private message Ruth Parry through the Abbey Park Local Facebook Group. DO DONATE: General Clothing (all ages) Shoes Coats Packs Of New Underwear Duvet Sets & Sheets Towels DON’T DONATE: Duvets Pillows Handbags Jewellery & Accessories Anything that isn’t clothing or light bedding If the quality isn’t good enough to wear or use yourself we won’t be able to use it. ReLived is the ONLY clothing collection scheme that guarantees the clothing donated here will go to someone in poverty in the UK free of charge.
- Abbey Park Play Area | Abbey Park Nottm
Play Park Improvements Dear Household, RE: Abbey Park Play Area Refurbishment Construction work to refurbish Abbey Park play area is due to take place at Abbey Park, Buckfast Way Play Area from Monday 7th of February for approximately six weeks. We apologise for any inconvenience caused during this time. This may include increased noise and traffic surrounding the site. Please contact us by calling 0115 981 9911 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any further aspects of the project. Yours faithfully, Derek Hayden Communities Manager Rushcliffe Borough Council I Abbey Park Community Association is pleased to say that Rushcliffe Borough Council are proposing to improve the playground on Abbey Park. The drawing below produced by RBC shows the existing playground area being expanded with the improved facilities catering for a wider age range than the current ones. We understand that this is intended as a Phase 1 of potential improvements. We don't have any more details than shown on this drawing at this stage. Subject to funding being available there is the potential for a Phase 2 which could include some football goals on the flat area between the trees/bank and the rear of the houses on Waltham Close - see drawing below. This Phase 2 would also be subject to the community thinking it was a good idea. Comments welcome below or to email@example.com (Note that the orchard area shown on this drawing is more extensive than the tree planting intended to be undertaken by **APCA **this autumn.) At the APCA meeting Tuesday 14th September 2021, we talked about the potential for outdoor gym equipment on the park. Again, comments welcome on this and also any other ideas you might have for ways the park could be improved / developed. The intention is for park improvements to be subject of a future APCA committee meeting so it would be good to pool some ideas and thoughts so we can try and influence RBC's future thinking. We can also look at trying to access funding ourselves for particular projects or equipment. If you have any ideas that you feel might be suitable, please do let us know via our email. Your voice WILL be heard. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contact | Abbey Park Nottm
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- Original House Plans | Abbey Park Nottm
Abbey Park Housing Development Abbey Park was built by Costain Homes on land that was, until then, fields and allotments (see side by side maps below). The Willow Tree pub was constructed at the same time and remains an integral part of the community. The estate is arranged in a series of cul-de-sacs with two through-roads, Rufford Way and Buckfast Way. The latter was only possible ofter No's 101 & 103 Abbey Road were demolished. The housing estate consists of townhouse, semi-detached, link detached, and detached houses, with a small number of bungalows. Bisham Drive, Dale Close, Newstead Drive, Mountsorrel Drive, Fountains Close, Waltham Close, and Nearsby Drive, are all named after famous abbeys. Link to Side by Side Mapping Our thanks go to Amanda Dennis for sending the following PDF files of the original sales information leaflets.
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- Rememberance Day 2022 | Abbey Park Community Association | West Bridgford
Home Remembrance Day 2022 Over the past few weeks and months members of our community have dedicated their time creating the most spectacular displays for our community in commemoration of those who lost their lives during the war and those who continue to serve and give their lives so that we may live in peace. Just over one year ago, a small crafting/crocheting group was formed by Catherine Bailey, Karen Dee Holmes and Wendy Roddy, the then Manageress of the Willow Tree Pub on Rufford Way, called 'Stitch Up', it soon grew into a regular Tuesday evening event at The Willow Tree where it has continued to grow in popularity. They decided to commemorate Remembrance Sunday by creating a display along with Tracey & John Turrill, undertook a further display at the Notice Board based on the corner of Rufford Way & Buckfast Way. In the following photographs, you can see one of those displays Please take time to enjoy the following photographs and appreciate all the hard work done to make our community a better place to live. Our thanks go to : John & Tracey Turrill for their fabulous Notice Board display Abbey Park Stitch Up Group for their valiant efforts in creating their display at The Willow Tree Pub: Joanne Whittingham, Lisa Godden, Julie Salisbury, Ruth Kerry, Catherine Bailey, Karen Dee Holme , Theona Yates, Christine and Debs Machin-Smith and Wendy Roddy (The previous Willow Tree Pub Manageress), who continued even from Shoreham by Sea to crochet poppies for the display, the children in Yr 6 of Abbey Road Primary School as part of their WW11 Project and finally to Ben Wheatley, the current Manager of the Willow Tree for allowing us to continue to display our creations. Thank you to all those involved, you are all marvellous! Lend your support through a donation or purchasing one of the lovely items from The Royal British Legion Follow the links by clicking on the text below the pictures Pins & Badges Accessories Poppy Brooches Military Medals 2022 Dated Pin The Willow Tree Poppy Display Remembrance Day 2022 تشغيل الفيديو فيسبوك تويتر Pinterest Tumblr نسخ الرابط تم نسخ الرابط
- Health & Wellbeing | Abbey Park Community Association | West Bridgford
Health & Wellbeing Nottinghamshire County Council 32 m · Where to get mental health support SAMARITANS - Call free on 116 123 SHOUT - Text SHOUT to 85258 Nottinghamshire Mental Health Helpline - Call 0300 555 0730 Nottinghamshire Mental Health Crisis Line - Call 0808 196 3779 Every Mind Matters - http://orlo.uk/EveryMindMatters_mmXCJ Take care #Notts Click to access NCC webpage If you're needing some emotional support for your struggling children, there are lots of free resources available from this website. Do take a look. You can either click the link below or access directly from this page. https://www.elsa-support.co.uk/category/free-resources/
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- Orchard & Tree Planting | Abbey Park Community Association | West Bridgford
Abbey Park Orchards It's been a long time coming with planning initially starting way back during lockdown, but our orchards are now coming to fruition with two areas being planted today (18th November 2020). All the committee have been a part of the planning, but Lesley Morris & Simon Middlecote have taken the lead with grant applications and layouts. There are two separate areas, the lower ground opposite the play park and on the edge of the allotments now have beautiful ornamental cherry trees of mixed varieties while the higher orchard contains a mixture of fruit trees including Bramley Apple, Flowering Crab Apple and Damson Trees. Local residents have adopted some of the trees and have agreed to help tend them until they are fully established. If you would like to adopt a tree, please contact us at email@example.com So it begins... James from Streetwise planting one of the first ornamental cherry trees Checking the layout Lesley Morris double checks the layout with James and Mark from Streetwise Project Name Simon, Ruth & Lesley at the beginning of the work next to the Alllotments. The look of satisfaction Lesley & Simon posing at the Fruit Tree Orchard Site. Merryweather Damson Double staked, we hope these trees will thrive and be enjoyed by all who visit the park. John Downie - Flowering Crab Apple Already baring fruit, this tree is looking gorgeous and will certainly bring colour to the area. Newtons Apple Tree Planted on 23rd November this Newtons Apple Tree is sure to be a winner. Look, it's even planted an apple on top of someones head! Old Bess Apple Tree Planted at the same time and not as well know as Newtons Apple, Old Bess is a fine addition to our growing orchard. Horse Chestnut Tree Planting Many moons ago, one of our members children planted Horse Chestnut Tree. It has been potbound for some time and we felt it was only right to give this wonderful tree a special place all of its own. Planted on the top of the field, Catherine Bailey can now enjoy watching it grow and spread its branches. Of course, we did have to gain permission from RBC's Tom Pettit. To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.