The first storytelling was held on Sunday 4th. July. There will be more each Sunday at 11.00.
Sunday 25th. July Jeremy Mc. Murray`s Pocket Orchestra
We have been sent a video of a dog on the path around the Ropner Park lake. A lovely dog but not on a lead. It can be seen worrying the cygnets with the parent swans getting very angry. Even lovely little dogs can cause problems.
Please keep your dog on a lead
at 10o`clock every day. Latest cafe news
While I was in Ropner Park trying unsuccessfully to take photos of the birds feeding I turned round and there was Mark Williams with a proper camera and a monstrous Zoom Lens. Mark has kindly sent us some of his photos. I have made up a page of birds in and around the lake. Brian Scrafton
A letter from America. We have been delighted to receive a letter and donation from Mr. Paul Dee who is now living in America. Full Story
Lockdown has meant that FoRP
`s normal activities have been curtailed but many of our members have been helping people in the community who are struggling at the moment. Hundreds of food parcels have been distributed.
The needy have been identified through "Little Sprouts" and our connections with the Asian community.
Finance has been provided by the Coop and individual donors. Morrisons have been very helpful and have given discounts on the items bought which means that our money has gone a long way to helping as many as possible.
Thanks to Andrew Quince of Quince technologies for updating the Friends of Ropner Park website