1. Name The name of the group will be Friends of Queen’s Park. 2. Aim Protection and improvement of the park environment for the people who use it (to include, but not limited to: activities, facilities, infrastructure, heritage landscape, historic … Continue readingPosted in Constitution | Comments Off on Friends of Queen’s Park constitution July 12, 2021
The first official volunteer day, since COVID lockdown restrictions were eased, took place at the pond on Sunday, 11th July. Nearly a dozen volunteers, under the supervision of Park Ranger, focussed their attention of securing the cages in the pond, … Continue readingPosted in News | Comments Off on Volunteers get stuck in July 1, 2021
Volunteering in parks in Brighton & Hove has been put on hold during lockdown. Now the Government has issued new guidance which has allowed the City Council to restart volunteering in Queen’s Park. There are still some restrictions in place … Continue readingPosted in News | Comments Off on First volunteer days since COVID lockdown announced July 1, 2021
Friends of Queen’s Park Secretary, Caroline Burnard (pictured), has just run a half Marathon in support of Managing Autism Spectrum Ourselves Together (mASCot), a local charity that is parent led and provides a peer-to-peer support network for parents with an … Continue readingPosted in News | Comments Off on FoQP secretary runs for good cause June 18, 2021
The Council’s contractors, Connick Tree Services, will start tree works in Queen’s Park in the week commencing Monday, 21st June. According to Peter Small, Brighton & Hove City Council’s Arboricultural Manager at Cityparks, there are a number of small trees to be felled – all … Continue readingPosted in News | Comments Off on Tree works in Queen’s Park June 16, 2021
The Government’s delay in lifting lockdown has forced the Friends of Queen’s Park to postpone the date of its popular Bark in the Park fun dog show. The event, supported by Coastway Vets and Mischon Mackay has been delayed by … Continue readingPosted in Current Events, News | Comments Off on BARK IN THE PARK DATE CHANGED June 3, 2021
In October 2020 Brighton & Hove City Council undertook a statutory public consultation relating to an Article 4 Direction for the Queen’s Park conservation area, to remove certain permitted development rights. Following the closure of that consultation and consideration of … Continue readingPosted in News | Comments Off on Queen’s Park conservation area consultation May 23, 2021
The popular Bark in the Park is back. It will take place on Sunday, 18th July in the dog area of the park. Once again Coastway Vets will be the overall sponsor. The event will be organised taking into account … Continue readingPosted in News | Comments Off on BARK IS BACK!