We are posting this on behalf of the group 'Save Ecclesbourne Glen':
There will be a Public Meeting - Sunday October 5th, White Rock Hotel 3pm – 5pm
In the light of recent developments we’ve decided it’s time for a public meeting to discuss the next stage in our campaign, to share views and ideas how we can best channel our energy and resources – and to make another public show of our discontent.
Start making your placards…
We will also be looking for volunteers to join the committee, in roles where we need more help and fresh energy.
Specifically we need a Secretary to take the minutes at committee meetings, a Membership Secretary to keep tabs on all that and someone handy with figures to be our book keeper.
We would also welcome more analysts to help Lynne and Bob Okines and Chris Hurrell crunch the tidal wave of documents and information into heat-seeking missiles.
We are now in the process of incorporating the group into a formal entity with subscribing members, a constitution and a bank account, so we can legally take up the generous pledges towards the barrister’s fees already made on the campaign website.
We are now in the process incorporating the group into a formal entity with members, a constitution and a bank account, so we can legally take up the generous pledges towards the barrister’s fees already made on the campaign website.
Don't miss the community event re the new Interpretive Centre which is from 17th – 20th September– a pop-up shop by Marks and Spencer in Priory Meadow. A great chance to hear more about the proposals and give feedback as to what is important to you in this exciting new development for the park.
19 keen photographers joined Naturalist and Photographer Crystal Ray and her husband Pete ( who carried all the equipment!) on a wonderful photo walk in the Country Park yesterday.
Crystal was very knowledgable and was able to inspire everyone at every level whether they owned a state of the art DSLR, a basic compact camera or a camera phone.
Crystal was brilliant at pointing out things that we wouldn't even have spotted and we all came away determined to spend more time noticing and photographing our surroundings at every level.
Thank you Crystal and Pete for a wonderful morning.