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  • Abbey Park | Abbey Park Community Association

    FR FR EN AR Log In Click of the logo to go to Abbey Park Local Facebook Group Why not head over to see our Litter Picking Facebook Group Abbey Dogs Facebook Group (Private) Our Aims : Our aim is to bridge any gaps and empower everyone within our community and to build a better place to live for a brighter, safer future for ourselves and our children. ​ Please take a moment to scroll through our many pages for information on our Committee Meetings, Gardening & Beauty Tips, Events, Calendar, Children's Pages, Abbey Park History, Recipies, Challenges & Links to various external agencies. ​ For any queries or comments, please contact us at our dedicated email address: ​ ​ Our beautiful park Our lovely new notice board

  • Major Oak Sapling | Abbey Park

    Abbey Parks very own Major Oak Sapling The ceremony to mark the planting of the Major Oak sapling on Abbey Park and to formally ‘welcome’ the fruit trees planted last winter was held 23rd February 2022. Where the Major of Rushcliffe, local schoolchildren and other Abbey Park residents were at the planting. Izi Banton, Estates and Conservation Manager for RSPB Sherwood Forest said: “There are Major Oak saplings which have been planted in locations right around the world, so we know that its offspring will be growing and generating their own acorns and saplings for centuries to come and I am delighted that we have been able to donate this one to a community in our own county, to stand alongside other. Nottinghamshire species which have been so carefully selected for Abbey Park.” The sapling will be a significant addition to the recent planting on Abbey Park. Pupils from Edmund Campion Primary School will be involved in the planting of the Oak, and in the care of the fruit trees, and so encouraged to learn about their positive environmental impact and their Nottinghamshire history. Surrounded by stakes and wire to protect it, it will be nursed along with several other fruit trees, by the children of St Edmund Campion School who have kindly agreed to adopt them. We hope to bring you photographs of them if and when permission is gained, but for now please enjoy some photos of the day and the tree planting. Digging begins Posts setting in - this took some doing! Nearly there Wire fitted for protection Planted! Left to right... Lesley Morris, The Lady Mayoress Sue Mallender, Ruth Kerry, Sue Andrews, Simon Middlecote and Councillor Penny Gowland

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  • Recycling Plastic Milk Bottle Tops

    KATHERINE’S - 7 ABBEY CIRCUS, WEST BRIDGFORD, NG2 5LY Cheese packaging so long as it's the flexible sort - clean, dry and, preferably, flat please. Also accepts crisp packets and plastic bottle tops. Items go to Terracycle. Contact - Katherine Rooke at

  • Recycling Plastic Milk Bottle Tops

    Does anybody know of any local schemes for plastic milk bottle tops? I was looking around a couple of years ago and found GHS Charity Scheme, it looks like they are still running, but, unfortunately, no longer able to accept nominations for new charities. The current charities they can support are: Help For Hero’s London Air Ambulance RSPCA Ability Dogs 4 Young People Alicia Panel Fund Alzheimer’s Research Springboards Projects Hurstwood Park League of Friends French Bulldog Saviours Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline Downright Perfect Cancer Research Hants and IOW Air Ambulance Harbour Cancer Support Hearing Dogs For Deaf Children Pathfinder Guide Dog Programme Gift Of Sight It looks like quite a few of those are local to the Portsmouth area, where GHS are based, but there are also some national charities. If there is nothing at the moment, is there any interest in setting up a collection in the Abbey Park area? Cheers Gary

  • Recycling Plastic Milk Bottle Tops

    This is correct as I emailed her to check first.

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