Help us buy new swings and make the Garden even better than it is now!
Two route options:
– 5 mile circular walk
– 3km family lake walk (accessible route)
£5 adults, £2.5 per child or £10 per family
Donations welcome – sponsorship forms available to download below
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
16 and 17-year olds need a signed agreement from a parent.
We are meeting at the Grange Car Park, WS1 2QD, at 10am for a 10.30am start.
We are part of Caldmore Village Festival – registered charity no. 1144062.
For more information please contact Anna Webster: email@example.com, 07871813252
Donate online: https://localgiving.org/charity/caldmorevillagefestival/project/CCG/ (don’t forget to GiftAid it if you can – we are part of Caldmore Village Festival, registered charity no. 1144062).
In 2019 we knocked on doors, talked to people at events and asked visitors, parents and children involved in our holiday play scheme what they would like to see in the Community Garden.
Swings have been the one top thing that kept on being mentioned over and over again – so we are fundraising to make it happen.
Help us make a difference to the local community, get involved in our fundraising activities and donate to help us create a new playground.
Programme of fundraising events:
Friday 21st February: 7pm till late Martian Social Club at The Wheatsheaf, WS1 2NA
Saturday 29th February: 12-4pm Car Boot and Table Top Sale at Bath Street Centre, WS1 3DB
Saturday 14th March: 1-5pm Pub Quiz at the Fountain Inn, WS1 1XB
Sunday 22nd March: 10am for 10.30am start Sponsored Walk at the Arboretum, Extension Car Park
Saturday 28th March: 12-4pm Easter Egg Hunt at Caldmore Community Garden.
Free outdoor activities you can do together as a family.
Learn abut nature and environment in a fun way.
No need to book, just come along.
For more information contact Anna on 07871813252.
Caroline Molloy is a photographer based at Caldmore Community Garden. She is making a small scale research project in Walsall that raises the visibility of dinner ladies – there is a family connection there, as her own grandmother was a dinner lady, too. She aims to share personal narratives and photographs about Walsall based Dinner Ladies.
She is looking for personal contact to start this research and is available on Wednesdays, and can either interview at the Caldmore Community Gardens (although times are restricted to opening times which are 10-4pm), in own homes or in a place of work. She is looking to conduct an interview, scan any photographs and at some point make a photo portrait.
If you are interested in taking part, please get in touch with Caroline on 07889 987 991, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or message Caldmore Community Garden.
- Bring your own sewing or embroidery project
- Learn how to use a sewing machine
- Make your own shopping bag
- It’s FREE and all skill levels are welcome