What's On in Walpole Park
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Residents and visitors are being invited to an exhibition and a week of events being held in Walpole Park to uncover the history, secrets and plans for the future of the park. The feedback from the exhibition will be used in the development of the proposals for the Heritage Lottery Fund Parks for People bid.
The exhibition and series of events begins on Saturday, 23 October with an experts question time, followed by a week of free activities for people of all ages including family storytelling and felt making workshops and an opportunity to join park rangers on an early evening bat walk to learn about the park’s nocturnal furry and flying visitors.
Saturday, 23 October 2-5pm
Wednesday, 27 October 2-3.30pm
Thursday, 28 October 6-7pm
Friday, 29 October between 11-2pm and 3.30-5pm
Friday, 29 October 2-3.30pm
Sunday, 31 October 11-12.30am
Sunday, 31 October between 11-2pm and 3.30-5pm
Sunday, 31 October 2-3.30pm
Councillor Kamaljit Dhindsa, cabinet member for Customer and Community Service, said: “Walpole Park has so much history and the week of activities during half term will give residents a chance to get involved and learn more about the park. We are also giving every visitor and resident the chance to give us their feedback on our proposals about the future of the park.”
20 October 2010