Friends of Wollescote Park Easter Activity Day
Date: Saturday 12th April (11am to 3pm)
Where: Stevens Park, Wollescote, Stourbridge (map)
- Churches Together Craft Stall
- Dudley Mind Growing in the Park Stall
- Historical Society Stall
- Plant a Sunflower
- Easter Egg Rolling
- Easter Egg Hunt
- Vegetable Quiz
- Plant Sale
- Make Seed Bombs
- Raffle and a tombola
Food and Drinks
- Hot and cold refreshments
Help and Donations
We will also be holding a raffle and a tombola so if you have any suitable donations that we can use (e.g. unwanted gifts / business donations etc) please contact Jo on 0779 488 2967 to arrange a collection. Any businesses donating will get their businesses mentioned on the day.
If you think you can help out on the day or perhaps you are part of a group that would like to be involved, please contact contact Jo on 0779 488 2967 to discuss further.
All funds raised will go to the Friends of Wollescote Park to help make the park a place people will enjoy for years to come.
Friends of Stevens Park, Wollescote
Photos of Park
Next River Stour clean-up morning
Date: Sunday 6th April
Time: 10.15 for 10.30
Place: Ludgebridge Brook (map)
Parking: You can either park in the hollow at the bottom of Wollescote road (having passed Wollescote Hall on your left) or actually in the car park at Wollescote Hall. Contact Rosanne, if you’d like to know more…
Ludgebridge brook is a stream which feeds into the River Stour, the brook runs through very pretty woodland, under Wollescote Road and into Stevens Park, Wollescote, Stourbridge. It eventually runs into the Stour somewhere around Bagley Street.
The area we are going to clean is off the Wollescote Road. (A gate on the right.. Hall on the left).
Masses of rubbish
We have cleaned masses of rubbish out of the brook in the past but never quite got to grips with the appalling rubbish at the top of the woodland and into Hilltop. There is also a bit of rubbish in the brook. It would be good if we could get at the rubbish before the vegetation starts to cover it. When we can be more certain of river depth and clarity we’ll be able to get back into the river.
Last year we ran a photographic competition to get people down to the Stour. We also published a calendar from the photos entered. If we are to do this again we need help with the technical side! If anyone feels they could take this on could you please let me know, thanks (email@example.com).
Message from Rod: ‘our boat is almost ready to launch’! We will have to find a name for her!
All the best and thanks to everyone for the tremendous support and interest in the project. Rosanne