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Monthly Archives: August 2013
A beautiful sunset over Warley yesterday evening, captured by the splendid Simon Lea. Oh, and by the way…if you haven’t voted yet, or nagged your friends and neighbours, here’s the link!
…and even those without a dog!
Richard Marshall announced at the Friends of Lightwoods Park AGM this evening that the Drive-in Movie in the park next month will be the Abba Movie, Mama Mia, starring Bearwood's own Julie Walters, just a couple of hundred yards from … Continue reading
The Friends of Lightwoods Park Annual General Meeting will be at St Mary's Church Hall, St Mary's Road, on Tuesday, 27th August, at 6.30pm. You will be able to get an update on the HLF Lottery Bid, ask questions of … Continue reading
OK, voting is open! This is your chance to give Warley Woods an early lead in the voting for the Green Flag People's Park award. Start the ball rolling, then ask your followers and friends on Twitter, Facebook etc to … Continue reading
For the last couple of years Warley Woods has come agonisingly close to being voted Britain’s favourite Green Flag park, two years ago finishing top park in England (the winning park was in Wales!) Well, tomorrow, the voting starts for … Continue reading
Following the sell-out event last year, this year's Lightwoods Park Drive-in Movie is going to be held at the end of September… and a special supplementary event to tie-in with the film will be revealed shortly. And no, we're not … Continue reading
Tonight, 9pm at the Pavilion in Warley Woods, join the bat walk. Bat detectors will be provided (but bring your own wellies!)