Tuesday, 24 April 2012

gardening workday 14th April 2012

before work started
Some photos from the successful worday on 14th April.
edging the path
Visible improvement

Time to pack up

Saturday, 21 April 2012

FOMP quarterly meeting Tues 24 April 2012

The next quarterly meeting of Friends of Mayow Park  will be at  Dacres Wood Nature Reserve Field Centre  on Tuesday 24th April 2012 from 7pm to 8.30pm

For those of you who don't know the location: The field centre is located down an unmarked driveway between Homefield House and Catling Close, just off Dacres Road (the part where Silverdale continues into Dacres Road going north towards Perry Vale). Go through the big gates into the yard of the field centre and the entrance to the building is on your left.

1. Apologies and matters arising from last Minutes
2. Approval of the Minutes of the last General Meeting on Tuesday 24th January 2012
3. FOMP Officer reports:
a) Chair’s report
b) Treasurer’s report
c) Sports link officer report
4. Glendale report
5. Lewisham report
6. AOB
7. Date of next meeting

Saturday, 7 April 2012

Saturday 14th April gardening in Mayow Park

Session is 11am to 2pm. Come and join in the action!
We will work alongside Nature’s Gym (Lewisham’s nature conservation volunteers) on a number of activities in the park:
1] Planting a hedgerow including hazel, dog rose, elder and hawthorn along the north-western side of the park
2] Mulching the paths in the Triangle to ensure they remain weed-free
3] Removing weeds in the Triangle so the other plants can flourish
4] Watering the orchard and fruiting hedgerow.  
If you have suitable tools, please bring them. We would also welcome donated plastic 4litre/ 6 litre milk bottles (washed & with lids) for watering.Children are welcome to join in if accompanied by an adult.
Wood chip path now needs more mulch.This photo is from April 2011

Sunday, 1 April 2012

successful orchard watering this afternoon

It was fun watering the community orchard this afternoon. There were four of us, lots of water containers and three wheelbarrows.  This meant that we could fill up with water and give all the fruit trees and fruiting hedgerow their necessary water allocation within an hour. A great team spirit. Thank you to all the volunteers today. Next time should we have a group photo for the blog?