More than 300 participants joined in the Charity fun run in aid of Asthma UK. What`s more they created a terrific atmosphere with an assortment of seasonal fancy dress costumes.
IT was estimated that this year more people than ever before came to Ropner Park to enjoy the Christmas fair. A beautiful, clear December day made all the difference. Stallholders
Rev Andrew Waugh leads the congregation in a church service from the Ropner Park Bandstand.
The Tees Valley Titans visited Ropner Park on Sunday 26th. August. Unfortunately the rain, which threatened for most of the morning spoiled some of their activities, as it did last
June Whyte who has been treasurer for Friends of Ropner Park since its formation in 2002 passed away on Friday 11th. May. She was 84. June was a feisty Scot with
The walkers coming up the finishing straight. The charity walk was delayed for a week because of bad weather but took place in Ropner Park on 17th March. This year`s
Many thanks to Pat Hogg who took on the difficult task of judging the dogs on display. Pat also provided the rosettes and some of the prizes. Stan and Sheila
The Friends of Ropner Park and the Commmunity Welfare Trust commissioned artist Adrian Moule to lead the formation of a mandala at the EID Fusion Festival in 2017. Adrian is
FoRP board members were made very welcome at the Hartburn Co-Op in November This means that the Co-Op has raised over £4,000 towards the FoRP sculpture trail around Ropner Park.