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FUN DAY 15TH JULY POSTPONED

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

 

LAWLEY AND OVERDALE GAMES

FUN DAY – SUNDAY 15TH JULY, 2012

 

A site inspection was carried out on the Green and Playing Field at Lawley in regards to ground condition due to the recent weather.For public safety reasons and the expected forecast for the weekend – the Activities Committee have made the following decisions:

 

·       The Fun Day has been postponed and a revised event will now take place provisionally in September.  All participants for the Sunday event will be notified.

 

·       The seven a side football tournament will still take place – (subject to weather and pitch inspection) at Lightmoor Village.

 

·       The art and photo competitions will still continue – with revised format for subject. Further details will be made available shortly. Any entries received at any of the collection points will still be eligible for entry.

 

 

 

Details of the revised event and more information will be released in August. For any further information contact – Clerk to the Council, Sharon George via Sharon@lawleyoverdale.org.uk

 

Activities Committee

 

ON SHOW NOW AT IMS VISITOR CENTRE- New Formal Park Landscaping & Public Art

 


The attached RPS plan shows the extensive landscaping and public art strategy within the Gresham Drive corridor. This has been designed to compliment the Lawley Village Square design and represents the heritage of the area. We appreciate that this drawing is of a small scale but would confirm that larger scale drawings are available for inspection via the display set up in our Visitor Centre. As you are aware the earthmoving operations in forming the new formal park area had to be suspended during the abnormal prolonged spell of wet weather but this operation will be resumed and completed to tie in with the Gresham Drive re-surfacing programme. You will note that the landscape zone incorporates the diversion of the existing bridleway and the associated planting will take place during the Autumn period. Public Art Strategy StoryboardA4