Earlsdon Festival takes place on Monday 6 May, with fringe events starting on 28 April. You can download a copy of this year’s programme here.
The Friends of the War Memorial Park are in the process of organising events leading up to the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Park in July 2021, coinciding with the City of Culture year, and hope to have monthly events, starting in July 2020 and leading up to a really big event in …
There is a meeting later this month about the land behind Earlsdon School. We have reported various proposals for this vacant land in past issues of ECHO.
The War Memorial Ramp Renovation (WMRR) campaign has been set up by 5 children in years 3 and 6 at Earlsdon Primary school who are campaigning to renovate the ramps at the War Memorial Park to make the site bigger and better for everyone on wheels across the city and beyond. All 5 children are …
A planning application to build houses on the land on Albany Road, behind Earlsdon Primary School, has been submitted a number of times in the past. Many parents and other residents are concerned about the impact on children if such an application is successful. Some parents, together with the Head Teacher and Chair of Governors …
For full details of the 2018 Earlsdon Festival, see the programme: here
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Tom Radford is asking for your help. In September, he steps down as a Cub Scout Leader and wants to find a replacement for himself to continue Wednesday Cubs. Can you help or do you know someone who could? There is more information on these leaflets.
As per page 3 of the March ECHO, the Commissioning Service for Bethel Church’s new building on Spon End, was due to take place tomorrow, 3 March, at 2pm. Unfortunately this has had to be cancelled.