‘Friends of Eastfield Park’ (FoEP) is a voluntary community organisation whose main aim is to improve Eastfield Park, Northampton, UK, 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.
We are organising a Community Clean-up to mark the end of 'The Great British Sprimng Clean' which runs from 28th May to 13th June. Details are on the poster (click to enlarge).
We also encourage individuals, pairs, or family groups to carry out their own litter-picks in the Park during the 'Great British Spring Clean'.
If you collect during the weekend of the Community Clean-up, you may leave your sacks of litter piled up at the Skiddaw Walk entrance to the Park; if you collect on another occasion, you will need to make your own arrangements for disposing of the collected litter. Contact the FoEP if you need to borrow tools and/or protective gloves.
We hope to arrange for collected rubbish to be picked up on Monday, 14th June.
All volunteers (whether taking part in the Community Clean-up or collecting at other times during the Great British Spring Clean) are requested to read the Health & Safety Guidance provided by the FoEP (linked below):
A NEW PAGE
We have added a new page to this website:
From this page you can download documents produced by the FoEP including:
Eastfield Park Management Plan
State of the Park Reports
Reports about meadows
Report about drainage issues
Our Constitution and Policies can be down-loaded from the 'About Us' section of the website.