Friends of Meade Park Revived!June 21st, 2018
Local resident Jenny James and friends, have re-established a Friends of Meade Park Group with the aim of encouraging all those using the Park on Hatchet Lane in Stoke Gifford to enjoy its facilities and also help care for the precious green space we have there.
In liaison with Stoke Gifford Parish Council, who are responsible for the Park maintenance, and South Gloucestershire Council, who own the land, the Group will be organising regular litter picks and schemes to encourage even more diversity of plant life and family events.
Similar to the Friends of Forty Acres Group who undertake projects to enhance the wild life on the nearby nature reserve, the Friends of Meade Park hope to learn more about how to keep the Park a friendly and welcoming space for all those who want to use it. The Group have already delivered leaflets to houses in the immediate locality asking people what they would like to see in the Park and encouraging suggestions for improvements.
Anyone who has any ideas about what the local Park could be used for, what would make it an even better place to play, walk your dog or enjoy a bit of leisure time in the fresh air can contact the Group by email: [email protected]
facebook: Friends of Meade Park twitter: @meade_park
or old fashioned post: c/o Jenny James, 53 Pursey Drive, Bradley Stoke BS32 8DJBack to news