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Friends of Eastfield Park exists to improve Eastfield Park in Northampton, England, for the benefit of all its users. We do this through research, consultation, planning, development and promotion of the Park as well as organising conservation activities and social events in the Park.

Information ....


Membership of FoEP is open to anybody who shares our aims. Currently there is no membership fee.

For information on joining the FoEP contact us via the Contacts Page:

Committee Meetings

Committee meetings are held on the third Monday of each month (except December and February) between 7.00 and 8.30pm, usually in the Pink Room at Eleonore House.

All Friends of Eastfield Park are invited to attend committee meetings and take part in discussions but only committee members are allowed to vote on the issues discussed.


Keep visiting this site for more information about these events

Park Spring Clean 24th March
Easter @ Eastfield 08th April
Queen's Jubilee 02nd June
Eastfield Festival 08th Sept
Autumn Tidy-up 13th October
Carols in the Park 17th December

January 2012 ....

Funding for Eastfield Park & Eastfield Ward

Northampton Borough Council has Section 106 money available to spend on Eastfield Park and the FoEP want to know how local residents believe this money should be spent. (Section 106 money is money paid by developers under Section 106 of the Town & Country Planning Act to address the impact of new developments on an area.)

Small grants from the Community Development Foundation (under the Community First initiative) will also become available for funding projects within the Eastfield Ward. An Eastfield Ward Community First Panel has been formed to set priorities concerning the allocation of these grants and the Friends of Eastfield Park are Panel Partners in this venture. The panel must develop a 'Community First Plan', describing what needs to be done to improve the area, by January 2013.

For this reason, the FoEP is joining with the Eastfield Residents Association and the Lakeview Residents Association to consult with local people about the most pressing needs within the Ward. It is important that as many residents as possible join in this consultation.

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