Sunday 13 January 2013
Today the group have been sorting out the 2 huge marquees we use for our park events.
Sunday 11th November 2012 Remembrance day in the park
CPSG volunteers ensure all are welcome with a warming cup of tea
Sunday 16 December 2012
Outdoor Well Being Festive Event
Music, Carols and activities took place in the park for the festive season, sponsored by refresh.
Blackburn with Darwen brass band played festive songs, CPSG volunteers, people from the local community and children from St Sila's school sang Christmas carols.
Wednesday 13 February 2013
Volunteer Fair Blackburn College
3 of our committee members and Emma the park warden have been at Blackburn College to recruit new volunteers to help out at our park events.
Sunday 3 March 2013
First Annual Inter- Faith Memorial Day
People of all faiths and no faiths came together to remember thier loved ones who have passed away.
Sunday 10 March 2013
Today 2 teams of volunteers helped out
Team A (pictured below) did a inventory of all the CPSG equipment and team B, Sarah, Margaret & Jim did a walk round the park to mark down the pot holes for renovation next month.
Wednesday 27th March 2013
At Last Flora is back in her rightful place. Her leg has been skillfully replaced and she has been given a good clean. A small crowd of supporters & children gathered to watch despite the biting wind and the snow.
Sunday 19th May 2013
The Car Boot Sale was a massive success, with over 2,000 people in the park,
many of the 77 car booters sold out!
Gates opened for cars at 9.00 a.m.
Pitch fees were- cars £5.00, vans £10.00
Venue, The Broad Walk
Wednesday 5 June
Illustrated talk: by Brian Healey CPSG Treasurer "The gardens of the Impressionists".
Venue The District and Union Club, 1 West Park Road.
32 people turned up for this inspirational talk.
Brian is a professional art tutor for the cruise industry.
(Ever wanted to paint? Why not attend a watercolour day with Brian Healey at Alexandra Studio, overlooking the park? Brian will be running 8 workshops until November.
Brian will donate £5 to the CPSG fund for anybody from the talk who comes on a painting day.