We are free to quiz again! Friday 17 June – Come at 7 pm for prompt 7.30 start.
- Renowned Quiz Masters Dee and Geoff officiating
- Bring your own nibbles
- Open house bar
Teams of up to 6 people, £6.50 each
Join in with the FSP Fundraising Quiz held in Shrewsbury House, Bushmoor Crescent SE18 3EG. The bar will be open at 7pm and the raffle prizes on sale.
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A waiting list will be created to be reconciled on the day
It was a still and warm April evening… The bat walk was about to begin. Les Clark had kindly agreed to lead the walk along a revised route that proved to reveal even more bats than usual.
The weather was ideal for tempting out the insects – and the bats were ready for a feast.
BORROW A BAT DETECTOR
If you fancy doing your own bat walk in the park or your back garden remember that we have some FSP detectors to borrow for a week at a time. Go to BATS page under FLORA AND FAUNA in the menu and scroll to the end of the page for details and form.
Have you got a passion for your hobby or interest? Maybe you volunteer for a fantastic charity that you’d like to represent?
Then why not be a stall-holder at our next festival?
We pride ourselves on having a great display of stalls and we love having old friends back, as well as new local community groups, charities, hobbyists or other sellers.
We welcome hundreds of visitors on the day – mostly local people living close to the park, but increasingly people from Greenwich and Bexley, and sometimes further afield.
Please read the terms and conditions document below and fill in the form below:
Shrewsbury Park Stallholders Terms and Conditions
Please submit the form below by the end of May 2022:
Can’t see the form? Use this link
Meet in Plum Lane carpark for the first walk of 2022!
Tim Rymer, an FSP member, will be leading us around the park to identify birds, their preferred habitats, behaviours and much more.
Check out the Bird page under Flora and Fauna on fspark.org.uk beforehand for a preview of which birds you may see. Wear sturdy shoes and warm clothing – binoculars are helpful too.
Dogs are not allowed on this walk which lasts approximately an hour. The walk is free, but donations are welcome to FSP projects.
The route for this walk begins on paved paths but then goes off-road, not very suitable for wheels. A gentle, accessible walk may be planned for summer birdsong in May. TBC
Bus 244 stops by the fire station, short walk from the carpark entrance
Alternatively, drop a note at 189 Plum Lane to reserve your places.
This is a rain or shine walk