Join in with Window Wanderland 2019
Manor Farm Community Hub invites you to fill our estate community with light and life with Window Wanderland 2019.
The core group is taking initial steps in collaboration with well-known local artist Deb Weinreb in looking at bringing Window Wanderland to Manor Farm next winter, probably towards the end of February 2019.
If you are able to help check out this website to find out what it is all about: https://www.windowwanderland.com/ .. as you will see more or less anything goes in terms of creativity, as long as it is family-friendly!
Depending on uptake we will either have a traditional trail around the streets where people are taking part or a more centralised display site at a local accessible venue – or both !
Watch this space for more updates on how to sign up and how to register for workshops after Christmas if you would like to create and be inspired in the company of others prior to the date, plus look out for posters and leaflets coming round plus of course updates and announcements on our Manor Farm Community Hub Facebook page. - but if you do not use Facebook and would like to take part and be kept informed as to when and where please do call or text me on 07851-430080 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
A number of residents are coming together to organise some Autumn litterpicking as part of Bristol City Council’s Autumn Blitz campaign, and cutting back of vegetation in the area particularly around Maskelyne Avenue and the Green Space, and in the lane between the Green Space and Maskelyne Avenue.
These are currently being coordinated mainly on the Facebook page, so you can sign up there – otherwise contact me as above if you are not on Facebook.
Next stage in the St Peter’s Site Consultation
Bristol City Council have just been in touch with one of the core group members and are talking about a second event in November at which plans revised in the light of the community’s comments at the first event will be presented … watch out for announcements and letters from the Council, and on the Facebook page, otherwise also contact me again as above if you are not on Facebook.