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Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Park – Sparks In The Park 2014

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The Friends of Meols Park are pleased to present their 6th Firework Display On Sunday 2nd November 2014. The Display will be Activated with our VIP Plunger by Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys of OMD – Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark. Or Should We Say Orchestral Manoeuvres in the PARK !
The theme once again is ‘Fun & Fireworks’. Incredible Edibles of Hoylake, will again be serving out Pumpkin Soup and there will be the usual Family Funfair Rides, Side Stalls, Refreshments, and of course Rachel and Yvonnes’s famous Meols Mulled Wine.
The Fun Starts at 12noon and Firework Display at around 6.30pm. Make sure you get here Early for the best viewing point And for those coming by car, minibus or coach , we would ask that you please consider our neighbours and park correctly and sensibly. There is plenty of on-street parking but we would ask that you utilise the Meols Promenade to Park which is just a 2 minute walk away. NO PARKING IN SCHOOL LANE AFTER 4PM PLEASE!!
The Firework Display as always is Free although there will be bucket collections and Voluntary Donations would be appreciated,due to the ever rising cost of staging the Event. The Event will finish around 7.30 to 8pm
Volunteer Stewards Needed! Please

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Beverly Macca to Light Up Meols with VIP Plunger on 3rd November

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The Friends of Meols Park are pleased to present their 5th Firework Display On Sunday 3rd November 2013. This year The Firework Display will be set off by our local Social Celebrity Beverley Macca  by pressing down our VIP Plunger..
The theme once again is ‘Fun & Fireworks’. Incredible Edibles of Hoylake, will be serving out Pumpkin Soup and there will be the usual Family Funfair Rides, Side Stalls, Refreshments, Donkey Rides and of course Rachel’s famous Mulled Wine and maybe a touch of Lambrini too for our Bev!
The Fun Starts at 12noon and Firework Display at around 6-6.30pm. Make sure you get here Early for the best viewing point especially as the crowd is bound to be swollen with Bev’s  Bevettes! And for those coming by car, minibus or coach , we would ask that you please consider our neighbours and park correctly and sensibly. There is plenty of on-street parking but we would ask that you utilise the Meols Promenade to Park which is just a 2 minute walk away.  NO PARKING IN SCHOOL LANE AFTER 4PM PLEASE!!
The Firework Display as always is Free although there will be bucket collections and Voluntary Donations would be appreciated,due to the ever rising cost of staging the Event. The Event will finish around 7.30pm

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Viking Weekend and Family Funfair was a Great Success!

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The Friends of Meols Park wish to thank everyone for coming along to the weekend events in the Park. Thanks also to the helpers and of course to all the Vikings who came from far and wide. There was a great deal of interest in the Viking way of life and some of the questions that the young children were asking were hilarious, for example  ” How do you keep food fresh without a fridge” …. ” Are you really 1,000 yrs old”  ….. “what are you wearing under that dress”  …..  “Is that a real baby she is holding” …
Thanks also to local historian Peter France of Wirral Archeology who talked all afternoon about local heritage and exhibiting Viking ‘findings’ like arrow heads. There was a constant crowd of people of all ages around his gazebo.

All in all the Event was a great success, with even the weather being kind to us in the main. Check the Viking Wirral website for further information about our planned Ingimund Statue Project to mark the arrival of the largest replica Viking Ship in the World next summer.
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All The Fun Of The Fair and Meet The Vikings Too!

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A Fun Weekend in Meols Park on Sat 7th and Sun 8th September 2013. From12 noon to 6pm each day. Enjoy the family fairground rides, donkeys, Hot and Cold Refreshments etc. Come and Meet the Vikings Too!  The Wirhalh Skip-Felag Vikings are setting up an encampment in Meols Park,where they’ll be bringing history to life, by showing what daily living was like in a Viking village. See the warriors fight, and learn about their weapons and weaponry.
The group will all be in Viking attire, and, as well as battle scenes, they will also take part in story telling, a slave market. Members of the public will learn all about Viking life – including medicine in the 10th century; cookery and food technology; animal husbandry and the use of furs, bone antlers and horns; coin striking; weapons displays and ancient woodworking skills.
There will also be a talk on the Saturday at 1pm by local historian Peter France of Wirral Archaeology,
about the history and heritage of Viking Wirral. Peter will also have local Viking ‘findings to hand for the public to view.

Matthew doing Voluntary Litter Picking in Meols Park

Matthew is doing a litter pick in Meols Park for his Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award

Matthew is doing a litter pick in Meols Park for his Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award


Matthew Green from Meols is doing his bit for the community by carrying out a weekly litter pick in Meols Park over a period of 6 months. His aim is towards a Silver Duke of Edinburh Award. Well done you Matthew and Thanks from all the friends……..

Sparks In The Park – Sunday 4th November

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The Friends of Meols Park are pleased to present their 4th Firework Display. The theme once again is ‘Fun & Fireworks’. Incredible Edibles of Hoylake, will be serving out Pumpkin Soup and there will be the usual Family Funfair Rides,Side Stalls, Refreshments, Mulled Wine, Donkey Rides etc…
The Mayor & Mayoress of Wirral will be activating the fireworks by our VIP Plunger…
Fun Starts at 12noon and Firework Display at around 6pm. Get here Early for the best viewing point.
The Firework Display is Free although there will be bucket collections and Voluntary Donations would be appreciated,due to the rising cost of staging the Event.
Event finishes 7.30pm

Meols Park Wins Green Flag Award

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17th July 2012
Just announced today that Meols Park in Wirral has been recognised as being among the best in the country and has won A Green Flag Award.
The Green Flag Award is a sign that the park is well-maintained, well-managed and has excellent facilities.
The award recognises high quality green spaces in England and Wales managed by voluntary and community groups.The results of 2012’s judging show that Meols Park meets the ever-demanding criteria of these national awards. The Green Flag recognise the achievements of all those whose hard work and dedication help to create well-managed, high-quality places so important for health and leisure activities and which everyone can enjoy.
The scheme’s scoring criteria includes levels of community involvement, space for nature, play provision and their quality and feel. The higher their score, the longer the parks and gardens can fly the flag, subject to unannounced inspections.
With our park providing the perfect location for families during the school holidays, I am really pleased that we have won this award and it just shows what can be done with a run down park by sheer commitment and enthusiasm along with great community involvement and pride.
Roy Shuttleworth
Secretary

The Mayor & Mayoress of Wirral To Attend Big Jubilee Lunch in Meols on 3rd June

The Mayor and Mayoress of Wirral Councillor Gerry Ellis and his wife Maggie, are to attend the Community of Meols Big Jubilee Lunch Celebration On The Green in front of St Johns Church on Birkenhead Road, Meols, Wirral. at 2pm on Sunday 3rd June. There will be Fun for all the Family, with Face Painting, Music, Messy Church Activities and a special performance by Stuffets Puppets. The Event is Free and is open to the residents of Meols and their family and friends.The ImageEvent is due to finish at 5pm

80’s Idol Toyah Visits Meols Park

Another Celebrity visits Meols Park. There has been Andy from OMD, China Crisis, Esther Mcvey MP, Mayor of Wirral and Mayor of Sefton and now it’s Toyah Willcox who took time out to visit, from her Gig at Jack Rabbit Slims in Hoylake on 23rd October 2011 “Toyah said we had done a Fantastic Job in saving the Play Area” Thanks Toyah

Toyah Visits Meols Park before making Hoylake 'Rock'

Meols Park Mosaic Project 2011

Our Mosaic Project is underway and all the segments have been completed in 5 days. We have had scores of children involved in the project, by running workshops at Meols Park Bowls Pavilion,Great Meols Primary School and St Johns Church Hall on from 27th Sept – 2ndOct 2011. The segments are presently on display in St Johns Church, Meols whilst we await installation in the Park Play Area. The Project was funded mainly by a grant from Wirral Council plus donations,from Parks & Leisure, Regal Fish & Chips and Smarties Play Group in Meols together with money funded by Liverpool Echo’s ‘Wish Award Scheme’ and events run by the Friends of Meols Park


Ellen and Charlotte making part of the mosaic
Viking longship mosaic

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