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Moore Top(Opposite Travelers Pub)- I noticed whilst walking on moore top that there is a Japeness Nut Weed Growing. The nut weed is on the St May’s Hospital side of the moore just of the road nead the stone wall.
As you will be aware this is a deadly menace and needs removing as soon as possible in cluding all route systems and the ground spraying with suitable weed killer.
I teach Zumba at Venerable Bede Church on a Wed eve. I was wondering if I might be able to come to the Armley Fun day in July and demo Zumba?
Please can Hazel or David contact me on 01132474089. We have a stall at the Fun Day every year but the Social Worker who organised it last year has now left. I do not have any details and would like to get our preperations started.
Hi I was wondering if you could tell me what the works on the moor at the moment are all about? I’ve been trying to find out but no luck.
I am interested in paying for a bench to be put in Armley
Moor in memory of my son whom I tragedy lost last year.
Could someone advise me of how I can achieve this please.
As a local resident I love Charlie Cake Park but recently I cannot bear to go due to the level of dog fouling, its spread all across the paths, grass everywhere, i recently visited with a friend who has a toddler and had to leave because it was unsafe to put them down anywhere! I think more awareness needs to be raised and I wonder who do they think is going to clean it up? I don’t know how many people even realise its looked after by volunteers. I have reported it to the council as nonone clearly enforces dog fouling charges and I would be more than prepared to prepare or handout any leaflets if that was organised. Like I said I love Charlie Cake Park and value it enormously.
On another note i just seen an annoucement that the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund have announced grants totalling £100million over the next three years to support a revised Parks for People programme – including money for local engagement and to protect historic cemeteries.The programme has also been simplified so that local authorities, community trusts and friends groups will be able to access funding in a more streamlined way. Grants will range from £100,000 to £5million, with HLF committing over £70million and BIG giving £30million up to 2016.
I hope armley crt applies that would be great fo Armley!
Please could you let me know if this year will be the 10th anniversary of the Armley Fun Day.
Our agency has a stall at the event and as far as we know we have not missed a year. If it is the 10th year then we will want to do something a little special to commemorate the occasion.
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