To see our documents, have a look at:
First Draft of the Havelock Rec Management Plan (extracts from) These are extracts from the first draft (November 2018) of our management plan. It only contains the bits thought to be of more interest to park users, as they already know where the park is, how large it is, and can look at the Friends […]
Constitution of Friends of Havelock Recreation Ground ARTICLE 1 : NAME AND LEGAL STATUS The name of the organisation shall be The Friends of Havelock Recreation Ground The legal status of the Group is an unincorporated “not for profit” organisation where its Committee members are responsible for any contracts entered into. The Group […]
Friends of Havelock Recreation Ground – our Purpose and Objectives are: Maintain the open vistas and big skies of the park The park should be about freedom not restriction. Let the wide-open spaces be used by the community in ways that they desire. Try and increase the natural diversity of the park, but not detracting from […]
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Friends of Havelock Recreation Ground - OUR VISION
At the Green lane entrance to the Park, by the Large Oak in the Neighbour's garden. Stop 10 – Of Podger’s Laundry, Raglan School sports day and Seagull Roost . On Homesdale Road, just past the Gas Works, is a brick industrial building, built by Henry Podger, who set up a laundry business here in 1864.
We also have some inspiring asset statements by some of our older residents, which help show how much the park is treasured : community asset for 20 years which complements our history page.
The results from our usage survey (What-have-you-come-to-use-the-field-for and where-do-you-live questions) are entered in Survey Monkey. considering that it was a rather bleak day, on Valentine’s day 14th February 2014, the 92 responses show how much our park is used: Usage Survey Results.
The survey also covered where users of the park live, and not surprisingly, most of the respondents came from Homesdale Road, where several large blocks of flats built in recent years, in addition to the flats over the shops.
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