EVTRA residents and friends all invited to the popular Camley Street Harvest Party. A chance to socialise with neighbours over drinks and food and hear more about plans for the Camley Street developments.
Our Elm Village annual lunch party will be on Sunday 2nd June 2019 12 noon till 3pm canalside allotments. A great chance to meet your neighbours and new people.
Many residents will know Pegeen from her regular walks around the area and might be wondering why they’ve not seen her recently. Pegeen has moved to a residential home and is being well looked after. Here’s a report from her carer:
I’m glad to report that Pegeen has settled in really well. She’s happier now than before with the stimulation of staff and other residents, and able to participate in lots of activities – dancing being a favourite. There is a WhatsApp group – with updates and photos from visits etc.
Here are some photos of Pegeen in her new life. If you wish to join the WhatsApp group for Pegeen, contact EVTRA using the contact form on this site.
Special, early evening meet-your-neighbours. Hot dogs and sparklers for the children. See the re-vamped south canalside community garden. This is the one next to the Con. Enter on Rossendale Way.
EVTRA wishes to monitor and keep a record of environmental observations and changes. We therefore invite all residents to report things of interest which they see. We are thinking of: animals, birds, insects, butterflies, trees, shrubs. flowers and plants.
Just send us a message through the website.
If you want to share photos of wildlife sightings, follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram (see sidebar).
You are welcome to write at length, but all we need is what was seen, a date and (rough) time and place.
Please also give your name and a means of contact. This is so that, in the event of something of wider significance (e.g., the appearance of a badger) we can follow up and involve the appropriate agency. But we shall under no circumstances reveal or use your name and details without your permission.