What we do: Promotion ....

The Friends of Eastfield Park (FoEP) want to see more people using the Park in a wide variety of ways. We want to see more organised events, more casual gatherings, more joggers, more dog-walkers, more bird-watchers, more anglers etc., etc. We want to see more people enjoying the Park every day of the year! We firmly believe that as more and more people use the Park for legitimate purposes the incidence of antisocial activities will decrease!

With this in mind we organise our own events on the Park and want to participate, wherever possible, in those organised by other people. We have now run seven ‘Easter@Eastfield’ events (five in support of Cynthia Spencer Hospice, one in support of the Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Cub and one in support of Guide Dogs for the Blind). In recent years we have joined with members of Broadmead Baptist Church and St Albans Anglican Church to sing carols in or near the Park at Christmas.

Prizes galore!

'Easter@Eastfield' 2014

We encourage other groups to organise events on the Park and join with them whenever we can. In recent years this has included the Eastfield Festival run by the Eastfield Residents Association and a family picnic organised by the Headland Children's Centre.

However, we are a small group and, so far, we have not been able to organise all the activities we would like to. If you are interested in helping to plan and/or run an event or activity in the Park, please let us know. You don’t have to be interested in everything we do! All we ask for is some interest in enjoying the Park in some way.

Picnic in the Park 2013 (2)

Picnic in the Park' 2013

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