CORONAVIRUS SUPPORT

You can’t have too much support apparently. We will no doubt have to update the information on the flyers distributed to all Park residents on 22nd March as events overtake us, and we will be doing that here and by email to all those NPRA members for whom we hold email addresses.

***FIRST UPDATE*** Unbelievably we’ve used an out of date phone number on the flyers for the Park Estate office. The number for those not on email to use is 0115 947 4273. If you do know of anyone who is unlikely to be using email, could you please let them know of this correction. Thankyou.

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FARMERS’ MARKETS

This was meant to be when we released details of this year’s markets but it’s now the usual cancellation news that we have grown to expect.

The plan this year was to hold four big event markets to mark the four seasons:

Spring Market: Sunday 5th April

Summer Solstice Market: Sunday 21st June (nearly)

Autumn Harvest Market: Sunday 13th September

Christmas Market: Sunday 13th December

How many of these actually take place we shall have to wait and see. Once we’ve all learnt responsible social distancing we’ll be allowed back out to play, so roll on the ‘new normal’.

Spring Talks 2020

*** All Talks cancelled until further notice ***

(We will be coming up with a cunning plan or two in the near future to keep you entertained)

The new schedule of Spring Talks is now available. Please note them in your diaries and book your place early as they are always well attended!

All talks are held in the Tennis Pavilion, Tattershall Drive, beginning 7.30pm, doors and bar open at 7.00pm.

NPRA 2020 SpringTalks

Who does what

From the NPRA…

“It’s very easy to get too close to all this and forget how confusing it can be to those who are not directly involved – which is most of us, so we’ve belatedly come up with a graphic representation of ‘who does what’ to clarify the situation once and for all. There are other organisations as well, but these are the main three that have a direct influence on the Estate as a whole. All are open to any resident to get involved at any level, so even if it’s just to offer a one off helping hand, please get in touch. The more residents involved the better, and the less we’ll all have to do.”