We all had a fantastic time learning circus skills and having our faces painted.
We did juggling, unicycle riding, diabolo, bubble blowing and getting really muddy!
A kind fairy has been hard at work giving the Stacksteads Weave a beautiful paint job.
Thanks to everyone who helped clean up litter along the Greenway and from the river.
Tom and Gill receiving a cheque for the Lantern Parade from the Mayor’s Charity Fund tonight. We’ll make sure it’s put to good use!
STACKSTEADS COUNTRYSIDE PARK GROUP
AREA IMPROVEMENT SESSIONS
ALL 10AM ON SATURDAY MORNINGS
MAXIMUM OF 2 HOURS
INCLUDING COFFEE AT THE ROSE N BOWL !
11 MAY – HUTTOCK END LANE
8 JUNE – RIVER AND CYCLEWAY
24 AUGUST (GRAVY WRESTLING) – CARPARK
OTHER MEETING PLACES TO BE ADVISED BEFORE THESE DATES
Another improvement in Stacksteads – cleaning and painting the stone at the carpark thanks to a generous donation from a local resident. It’s the little things that make a big difference.
Rossendale Leisure Trust have got Multi Million pound investment for physical activity in Pennine Lancs!
As part of the consultation around the initiative, Rossendale Leisure Trust would like you to fill out this survey letting them know what you think is needed locally! Please follow the link below to the short survey and you could be in with the chance of winning one of ten £50 Amazon vocuhers!
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Tidying up of the Butterfly and Bee Garden and more planting helped by staff and children from Holy Trinity School – April
A day of circus skills – August
Lantern parade – October
Science event – June and August
Soon to be constructed at the Wall of History – a stone man, in commemoration of those who worked in local quarries
We have organised many fund-raising events but, without some generous donations from our supporters, many of the above projects and events wouldn’t have been possible.
A big THANK YOU – you know who you are.
If you think you may like to join us, we meet at Rosemount Club on the second Monday of every month at 6.00 pm for just an hour
(all volunteering is on a dip in and dip out basis! Some volunteers have even taken ownership of their own patch)