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Subject tag: Community Groups

20 July 2014

A new community campaign group has been formed to help protect and promote Myddleton Road - one of Bowes Park's most important and unique assets. WE LOVE MYDDLETON ROAD works alongside the Bowes Park Community Association and the existing Myddleton Road Strategy Group to complement the work these groups have been doing for many years.  It was formed by concerned residents and traders wanting to see more regeneration on the road and protection for its valuable shops and buildings. The.......

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16 April 2014

The beautiful Broomfield Conservatory is at its best in this sunny weather.  Both visitors and the conservatory's collection of exotic plants are enjoying the light and warmth, and currently there's an extra treat for visitors - an exhibition of photographs submitted to the Friends of Broomfield Park's second annual photocompetition. The Friends' committee members have, with great difficulty, shortlisted eleven of the 85 entries to the competition, printed them out and put them on display.......

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19 February 2014

Two new projects will be described at the quarterly Open Meeting held by the Friends of Broomfield Park, which will take place at 7.30pm next Wednesday (26th February) at the Ruth Winston Centre. © Copyright Christine Matthews and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons LicenceThe first new project is looking into the possibility of using the former bowling green for games, sports and fitness activities for people of all ages - these might include tai chi, yoga, croquet and skittles........

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03 October 2013

The Friends of Broomfield Park have won three awards in this year's Enfield in Bloom competition: the Park itself was awarded Silver in the category for Maintained Parks Broomfield Community Orchard won Silver in the Innovative Growing Space category Broomfield Conservatory was awarded Bronze for its Exceptional Horticultural Contribution to the Local Community........

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