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Radipole Ripples news letter Dec 2022

What Happened to 2022? Radipole Gardens 2023

Well, talk about being a roller coaster ride. The year 2022 was when it all should have been happening. Covid stopped us in our project tracks, we should have been celebrating the big Lottery award news, but so much has happened in those turbulent years between then and now! The article penned in our Christmas Radipole Ripples news letter from our chair Mike Goulden says it all....

carved pumpkin

Autumn’s Harvest Apples & Pumpkins; Radipole Gardens Carves and Creates.

There's so much going on to tell you all about that I really don't know where to start, but I guess our next event might be a good place to begin. Though this year might be drawing its cosy curtains around the park and gardens, that doesn't stop us hardy bunch from putting on a last few proverbial acts. Why not come along and join us for a couple of hours fun pumpkin carving on Saturday 19th October 2-4.30. Lets see what great designs you can create. Make sure you arrive early as there's free pumpkins to be had for all you early birds out there. (Pumpkin carving...

Close-up of strawberry shortcakes with whipped cream on a blurred background.

And the Band Played On; Weymouth Concert Brass Band

I can't believe we are already over half way through the year! Summer is finally upon us, delicious warmth on face, birds music-making in the trees and it's time to drag out and brush off those picnic baskets. What better way to spend a hot summer's day than lying in the dappled shade of our willows, liquid refreshment in hand, those scrummy fresh scones, cream and jam just beckoning you from our tea tent...

A lush garden with a variety of green plants and foliage under sunlight.

Plants Galore Sausage Rolls and Sensory Gardens

Nope, I'm not having one of my dizzy moments. i'm hoping some of you good folk will come along and help us for a variety of reasons. This coming Saturday 18th May is our annual plants sale in the Radipole United Church hall on Spa Road 10-12. The first good reason to help is that it will be a day when my hubster jumps for joy...

Woman with long blonde hair standing in a blooming yellow rapeseed field under a bright sky.

Hands Up for a Picnic in the Park; with a Spot of Wildlife and Wellbeing?

Hands Up for a Picnic in the Park We're just putting together the last few bits for this year's Wildlife event here in beautiful Radipole gardens. This is an event for everyone of all ages to enjoy, whether you love nature, being in the outdoors, having fun or taking part in a fitness sessions. It's all here....

Colorful flyer advertising a tabletop sale at radipole park & gardens on january 19th from 10 am to noon, featuring illustrations of people shopping and text highlights.

Ringing in the New; Radipole Gardens Events 2019

We would like to hope that all our followers enjoyed their festive holiday and will go on to have a very Happy and Healthy New. This will be a very busy and important year for the Friends of Radipole Park and Gardens group. 2019 will see us continue working on phase II of our Parks for People Heritage Lottery Bid to be submitted by the end of this year. Many hours of work goes on behind the scenes by both the Friends volunteers and members of local government on this project, from researching and customer surveys, to documenting figures and arranging walk-in consultations. But of course that...

A community event outdoors under a white tent with people engaged in craft activities, featuring a heritage lottery fund banner.

They Came… They Saw… They Cut, Created and Carved in Radipole gardens.

The sun shone down on us last Saturday, though the wind was a bit parky to say the least. But that didn't stop families coming out to enjoy our latest event put on in the gardens. Halloween Hoolie and Cider Apple Pressing. As time drew nearer to the event start, we were all set up and waiting, wondering if many people would be coming along on such a brisk day. We needn't have worried...

A whimsical pumpkin display arranged to look like a figure, with a large pumpkin as the body, a smaller pumpkin as the head, googly eyes, and carrot limbs on a black surface.

There’s One Heck of a Hoolie in Radipole Gardens; Halloween Hoolie and Cider Apple Pressing.

Well, it's that time of year again! Autumn is tugging at summer's sleeve, begging her to relinquish her grip on time. Worry not though we have a couple of events left in our calender. What would October be without a mention of all things Halloween. We've got that sorted. Saturday 27th October come along to Radipole gardens for our HALLOWEEN HOOLIE  and CIDER APPLE PRESSING. The first 20 children to arrive will find a pumpkin waiting for its makeover. Lots of bits and bobs to make your own Halloween decorations...

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