Spring Festival- Unveiling of the murals




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 Heather Cully from Carlton Central Juniors. Each of the windows will be covered with weatherproof boards with smaller designs by local school children. Funded by Nottingham City Transport, the murals will be unveiled by their representative at the Spring Festival at 12:30 on Sunday 23rd April at Onchan Park.

The Spring Festival at Onchan Park celebrates the regeneration of this much-loved park and pavilion. There will be displays on the Old Bowling Green, stalls and refreshments. There will be medieval stocks to soak your friends! You can meet St George and The Princess and play St George’s day themed games and don’t forget to get dressed up as a knight or a damsel for the costume competition. Recently replaced tennis nets which were popular in the recent survey by the Friends of Onchan Park have been well used during the early spring.

Refreshments, hot food and toilet facilities will be available during the Spring Festival 12-4pm Sunday 23rd April 2017



Friends of Onchan Park