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  • Abbey Park | Abbey Park Community Association

    FR FR EN AR Se connecter 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: abbeypark.ng@gmail.com ​ ​ Our beautiful park Our lovely new notice board Artwork by Simon Middlecote We are lucky to have some very talent people here on Abbey Park and Simon Middlecote is just one of them. Here, in this soft pastel drawing, he portrays the three Maple Trees next to Mountsorrel Drive as seen in October 2022

  • Pumping station | Abbey Park

    Image courtesy of Simon Middlecote APCA Image courtesy of Lesley Morris APCA For up to date information, please Click here to visit the RBC Planning Application page The demise of our pumping station. Sadly, this year saw the demolition of one of the oldest buildings in West Bridgford. Our very own Abbey Road Pumping Station , to make way for much needed new housing. Incredibly, the plans of the pumping station were found in a skip! The drawings, which date from 1901, revealed the station at the Abbey Road depot was built in 1886 and it is hoped that they will be sent to the County Archives for safe storage as they show how West Bridgford has developed over time, having housed a pumping station, a bus depot, a council refuse depot and even a mortuary! ​ The depot site actually featured a number of other historic structures that were built slightly after 1900/1901. The whole development was built to treat the refuse of Bridgford which included a destructor, that burnt solid waste. The clinker from that was then used under the roads of West Bridgford. There were stables and cart sheds, cottages for on-site staff and offices, and the site dealt with the waste and refuse of the people and businesses of Bridgford. Abbey Park Residents Association’s - Simon Middlecote, liaised with Rushcliffe Borough Councillors in the hope that the pumping station could at least be saved and repurposed as a community hub, but unfortunately, this was not to be. Going... Going... An aerial view of the site before demolition Gone! ​

  • No 1 | Abbey Park

    Back 46 Buckfast Way - Charity Fundraiser for CRY Cardiac Risk in the Young Sharon & James have yet again given their time, creativity and love to something they believe dearly in and that is the charity CRY, Cardiac Risk in the Young. In particular to Adam Dearnley's family, who, after such a tragic loss, are continuing to raise funds for the charity in the hope that they can give help and support to those families affected. Below is a little about Adam's sudden passing with links to the website and the CRY Youtube video. To read more about Adam please visit https://www.c-r-y.org.uk/adam-dearnley/ Or watch more about this terrible disease https://youtu.be/TMG4eTGjn6s

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