Saturday 19th January 2019
TABLE TOP SALE
What a cracker of an event we had! People were streaming through our doors before we had even had time to set up our stalls and open. But then, hey ho who is going to turn eager customers away.
Refreshments were slaving away non stop all morning.
All in all a great event that added another goodly sum to our funds for the Sensory Garden.
Friday 25th January 10am-10.30am
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY.
A very moving service to remember all those affected by conflict and war.
Saturday 4th May 11-3
WILDLIFE & WELLBEING
Working in partnership with Natural Choices, Stepping into Nature and Active Ageing our wildlife event this year is going to be bigger and better. Wildlife and well-being, nature and nurture, find out what the great outdoors can do for us and what we can do for it. A chance to chat to those who care for our wildlife and advise us how we can help.
Or participate in free taster sessions of various activities, from pilates to orienteering, cooking healthy meals to simply chilling.
Join in the singing or settle down in the quiet zone for “A magical outdoor storytelling session for families from professional storyteller Martin Maudsley, exploring everyday nature and inspired by the Lost Words book. Martin will bring to life a selection of colourful folktales and legends celebrating some of the same plants and animals that feature in the Lost Words. Join him amongst the greenery of Radipole Park to find out why wren is King of the Birds, what happened to wily weasel and who’s behind the doorway in the old oak tree…” (runs between 11-12.30)
More story telling and singing rhymes to follow from Weymouth Library.
There is plenty for everyone to enjoy from tiny tots to golden oldies.
Want to just relax? That’s fine, spread your picnic rug and open your hamper in our chill zone beneath our romantic, gnarled weeping willows.
Free entry to event.
For further details contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 18th May 10-12
PLANT AND GARDEN SALE
Yes it’s that time of year again. Come along and grab your plants and all manner of garden items for the coming year. Annuals, perennials, exotics, veg, you name it we probably have it.
A few tables left available for garden related item sellers at £5.00 each.
For further details please contact us at email@example.com
Saturday 29th June
FRPAG Annual coach Trip
Sadly we to to CANCEL this years jolly, but don’t worry we’ll be back with another one next year.
This years trip is to the Victorian gothic Knightshayes Court and a short stop in Tiverton.
Please read the post about it to find more details.
Sunday 14th July
Brass Band in the Park
Don’t miss our annual nod to good old nostalgia. What’s better than chilling in the shade of the trees listening to a medley of music from Weymouth Concert Brass Band.
Bring picnic baskets, pack your rugs and a group of family or friends.
Cream teas available.
We’ll be there with our Heritage tent and photos galore of Weymouth of old, see what, who and where you can remember!
Free entry to event.
24th August 12-4
BIG FUN DAY
This is our biggest event of the year. It’s a fun packed, family day out with live music, stalls, face painting, competitions, games.
In our heritage tent come and see what Weymouth residents and soldiers got up to with our ‘Weymouth During WWI & WWII’ displays.
We are introducing a children’s re-cycled art competition, FREE to enter and prizes to be won. All those entered will be hung in the children’s art tent, added to our website and an album on our FB pages.
There’s even a great Radipole BakeScoff!
A chance to win the Radipole Slice.
Watch our page for further details, who knows what else we’ll add to the mix!
So there’ll be lots to see and do for everyone.
FREE entry…so what’s not to like?
Any interested Stall holders please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
only a few pitches left at this popular and packed event.
Saturday 19th October 2-4.30
Free Pumpkin Carving & Apple Pressing
Lots of free fun to be had in the gardens on Saturday 19th October. Come along and carve your pumpkins or press those apples. Biscuit icing, hot chocolate and cakes to be quaffed.
24th October 7pm start
Annual AGM and Social Evening with guest speaker.(TBC)
Come and enjoy a lively social evening with us, it’s open to everyone, members and non-members.
Free cheese and wine for members.
Keep and eye open for further details of this years guest speaker.
Nativity on the Move
Due to popular and overwhelming demand we St Aldhelm’s and the Friends group will be presenting this live event in the candle lit gardens again this year.
Watch this space for further updates.