We need you! Friends of Onchan Park conducted a survey which showed the need for a community hub in the area sometimes known as ‘Carlton Village’ or the Carlton district ward. Our community wants: keep fit, yoga, youth clubs, book club, education groups, parent and baby groups, art class, zumba, bootcamp and holiday clubs. What […]
The Aviva Community Fund voting deadline is 20th November! Please register to vote for your favourite projects at the Aviva website.
Timetable for performances: 2.15-3.00pm Tommy Thompson’s School Of Boxing (Netherfield) 3.05-3.25pm Nottingham Community Youth Choir Sneinton 3.30-3.50pm OMAC-UK Martial Arts (Gedling) 3.55-4.15pm The Rose Singers of Gedling 4.20-4.45pm The Stanley School of Irish dance
Calling all clubs and community groups – could you use the space at Onchan Park? We need your views and comments, so have your say. Would you like to hear the plans for new sports facilities at Onchan Park? All welcome.
Join us on Sunday 10th December to help plant daffodil bulbs near the Old Bowling Green at Onchan Park. Gedling Borough Council have provided us with 250 daffodil bulbs, which will flower to mark the start of spring. Everyone welcome and the top gate of the park will be open from 2pm. Bring your own […]
Spooktacular 2017 See Onchan Park after dark on Sunday 29th October 5-7pm. Brave the spooky walk past the crazy characters. Warm up with hot dogs, mushy peas and tomato soup. Special performance – details to come. Donuts, glow sticks and light up balloons for the kids. Fancy dress costume competition.
Onchan Park will host the second Summer Fun Day on Sunday 16th July 1-5pm to coincide with Love Parks Week. Once again, the whole park will be open, with stalls, activities for the family, displays on the old bowling green, toilet facilities and refreshments. Last year we had an overwhelming response to our request for […]
Our next General Meeting and AGM will be at St John’s Church, Oakdale Road, Carlton Nottingham NG4 1BP at 6:30pm on Tuesday 27th June .
There’s a fresh chapter in the life of the pavilion at Onchan Park. Built in 1958, the pavilion had fallen into disrepair, but now graffiti artist Dak will be completing vibrant murals using artwork from a schools competition to transform the drab building. The wall facing the play area will display larger than life artwork by […]