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Addiscombe Railway Park - Events


The next work day will be on Sunday 8th July 2018 between 2pm to 5pm. All are welcome to join in, just watch or have a chat.

The activities may change depending on weather conditions but are likely to include one or more of the following:

Other Future Work Days
Sunday 8th July 2018 - 2pm to 5pm.
Sunday 12th August 2018 - 2pm to 5pm.
Sunday 9th September 2018 - 2pm to 5pm.


Past Events

The events and news archive contains details of all our past activities.


Record of Recent Events

17th June 2018 Peace festval Picnic. Peoms, song and paper art in the park.

12th June 2018 Good Gym returned to continue work on the pond by making the side banks less steep.

10th June 2018 A quite work day, mainly litter cleaning and clipping Graden entrances.

2nd June 2018 Big Lunch day in the park. We were joined by the CHASE residents, the Deputy Mayor, local MP and 3 Councillors.

20th May 2018 The pond liner was inserted and the pond filled. Tadpoles were rescued from the dried up ditch at the bridge end.

15th May 2018 Good Gym volunteers dug out the pond for us.

13th May 2018 A concentrated effort at the school exit triangle, cleared weeds from the flowers and trees.

8th April 2018 First work day following the snow. We planted seeds and cleared rubbish from the Blackhorse Lane end of the park.

Our March events was cancelled due to late snow.

11th February 2018 A busy day, 3 bird bozes placed on trees, brambles removed at orchard, compost around orchard trees and cherry trees planted.

14th January 2018 A Dry cool day resulted in a lot being done, 20 trees planted, litter picking throughout the park and several raised beds were weeded ready for the spring vegetable planting. Four scouts and their leaders also joined us.