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Category Archives: Volunteers Days

STOP PRESS: £10,000 Big lottery Funding

Firs Farm Wetland’s Festival, taking place on Saturday 14th July 2018, is going to be bigger and better than, our inaugural Festival in 2016, where over 3000 people attended! So why not get involved? You can become a sponsor. Our sponsors range the Lottery Fund, which generously donated £10,000 to local businesses’ like Target Tuition […]

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Volunteer Roles

Help the Friends of Firs Farm (FOFF) by volunteering for one of the opportunities below! Our volunteer roles vary from organising walks, talks, socials, fundraising events and work parties as well as meeting to discuss our projects and events. (Please note that to be a committee member you must also be a FOFF member.) If […]

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Purple for Polio – Planting with Schools

A lovely afternoon in the winter sun we planted 5000 purple crocus corms that had bene kindly dontated by the Edmonton Rotarty Club as part of their ongoing “End Polio Now” campaign Click here  for the photographs of this event (All parental permissions were obtained for this) November 2017 – 5000 Crocus Corms planted in […]

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Halloween 2017

What a fabulous event we had on the 31st October 2017… the first of its kind in Firs farm and we had more than 400 visitors throughout the entire evening.  Funds raised for café £486.60  A huge success. Congratulations to all :- Katy with her wonderful games and her Tom her stalwart supporter Keith’s outfit […]

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Eco Club in Firs Farm !

Science on your doorstep The First of these sessions is on Saturday 2nd September  2 – 3.30 pm.  – BUT space limited so don’t delay book your place today Register your interest on Facebook.  www.facebook.com/FirsFarmParkN21  Our very own science teacher, accompanied by Firs Farm Volunteers, will be providing children with the opportunity to learn all about […]

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Thames 21

Read all about it …. In the beginning  – And then there was Firs Farm Wetlands… Please find the link to the Firs Farm Wetlands page on the Thames 21 website, HERE

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