FoEP: Improving the Park for the benefit of the whole community
The Friends of Eastfield Park are always looking for volunteers willing to carry out work in the Park. Individuals wishing to help out should contact us via the 'Contact Page'.
Organisations looking for opportunities to carry out voluntary work should visit the voluntering page of our new website: https://www.foep.co.uk/volunteering
What you'll find on this site:
News updated monthly.
Monthly news from January 2012.
Maps of the Park (with links to older maps).
Information about the Aims and Objectives of the FoEP with details of our Committee Structure.
Information about our activities.
Brief information about the FoEP and Site Content.
For our Constitution & Policies and recent Chair's reports.
Send us a message email about membership or any matter relating to the Park or what we do.
Clicking on any of the underlined words will take you to the relevant page of this website.
Membership of FoEP is open to all who share our aims. Currently there are no membership fees. For information on joining the FoEP contact us via the 'Contact Page'.
FoEP committee meetings are normally held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (except December and February) in the Eden Close Community Hub, NN3 6NS, between 7.00 to 8.30 pm.
MEETINGS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED
Next meeting: TO BE ANNOUNCED
All Friends are invited to attend our meetings and join in discussions but only committee members are allowed to vote. If you attend one of our meetings but do not want your name included in the minutes of the meeting, please advise us at the start of the meeting.
Membership and Meetings:
‘Friends of Eastfield Park’ (FoEP) is a voluntary community organisation whose main aim is to improve Eastfield Park, Northampton, UK, for the benefit of all its users. We do this through research, consultation, planning, development and promotion of the Park as well as organising conservation activities and social events in the Park.
ACTS in Eastfield Park 2020
Activity Challenges This Summer
in Eastfield Park
For publications about Eastfield Park.
Reports & publications about the FoEP & Eastfield Park.
The Friends of Eastfield Park are encouraging people to take part in our 'ACTS in Eastfield Park' programme. The programme is aimed mainly at older children and younger teenagers but there are no restrictions and anybody of any age can take part if they want to. We hope that families may join in the activities together, parents and older family members helping children to complete some of the tasks. The activities are designed with Eastfield Park in mind but if you live near another park you might like to try some of the activities there.
For full information visit our emerging new website at www.foep.co.uk
From 1st June, you are able to meet in groups of up to six people from different households outside - either in parks or private gardens - as long as you remain 2m (6ft) apart. We will therefore be commencing voluntary work in the Park in small groups of up to six people (probably fewer). We will have disposable gloves and hand sanitiser available and will sanitise the handles of any equipment used by more than one person. Social distancing will be strictly enforced.
If you are interested in helping, please contact us through this website's 'Contact Us' page but do not expect us to offer projects immediately.