Thanks to Mike Anderson for suggesting a Memory Bank of the local area. If you’ve got any photo’s or other memories you’d be happy to share please email email@example.com and we’ll post them here to share and store in our memory bank.
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Our first event is the inaugural meeting of the Friends of Rowley Fields on Thursday 11th June 7.30 pm at Welcombe Hills School. Please come along and pledge your support, membership will be open to everyone. Please check this page in the near future for information concerning forthcoming events, including summer nature walks, bat evenings […]
Here is a picture of a tree on Rowley Fields I took today. If you’ve taken any pictures then please send them into firstname.lastname@example.org – we will be happy to publish them with your name and any info you want to share.
Big news at FORF HQ, Tim Bailey has taken full control of the website. On the plus side the you can all expect impeccable grammar, on the minus side you’re going to get very congested navigation bars and random images will pop up all over the place. Please be patient whilst the new arrangements beds […]
A small group of ‘Friends’ are working hard behind the scenes preparing for our inaugural meeting to officially launch the Friends of Rowley Fields. Our aim is to Protect Rowley Fields for generations to come. We want to work with the Town Trust and preserve the space forever. Anyone interested in joining please fill out the questionnaire on the […]
The new Friends of Rowley Fields group’s spring picnic saw over 60 members join, all of whom were unanimous in their determination to enhance the field’s recreational facilities and protect the land for the future. Although only the large parcel of land has now had development plans withdrawn (the smaller area is still slated for […]