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- A quick reminder: Rosie & Pixel's plant sale this Saturday 5 May. Hope you are able to come along! See the website for full details. 3 years ago
- CPRA AGM 22 May Hope you can come! See the Newsletter or Website for details. 3 years ago
- Thanks to all who attended the CPRA volunteer day this morning... As you will see from the photos we had a good tu… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 years ago
- Just a reminder that the CPRA Volunteer Day (to clean up and tidy the neighbourhood) takes place tomorrow morning (… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 years ago
- We're planning a CPRA Volunteer Day on the morning of 24th February (10-13:00). The main objectives will be: 1. L… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 years ago
- Calling all CPRA volunteers! We need some help to plant daffodil bulbs around the Curzon Park area. These bulbs h… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 years ago
This is a short video of some of our daffodils in bloom a few weeks ago.
Thank you to all the residents that helped to make Curzon Park so lovely this Spring.
In our March 2022 Newsletter you will have seen that one of our residents Richard is kindly offering runner bean seedlings.
He has also provided a detailed guide on how best to grow runner beans which is attached below:
Yesterday on Saturday the 5 March we enjoyed sunny weather until the early afternoon. I took a few photographs of some of the daffodils and crocuses that are in bloom.
CPRA residents didn’t let the cold wet weather deter them from a joyful and festive Carols on the Green just before Christmas 2021.
The Royal Buckley Brass Band played warmly and wonderfully for us and Geoff Brown led us with gusto through the sequence of popular carols.
We had mulled wine and mince pies on offer.
All in all it was a great evening.
A big thank you to everyone who helped organise the event and make it happen on the night.
Here are four photographs from the evening.
After our last CPRA coffee morning looking at the Climate Crisis, and the media coverage in the run up to COP26, have you changed something at home or in the garden that you would like to share with CPRA?
We could start up a webpage and list our local CPRA projects. We would do it all anonymously, – no name or address, or identifying details, or suppliers.
So just the broad idea, timescales, and perhaps a photo at this stage. If you have done something you think has worked well for you and the climate, please reply and let us know.
See also these BBC links from this week
Tips on how to save energy at home and help the planet
Climate change: Is the UK on track to meet its targets?