We are a close community and during the school holidays we have a lot of children in danger of getting bored, but they don’t have to!
The QPG Community Hub have published their Halloween half-term timetables.
Please note that for Wilberforce Primary School (and some others) half-term is one week later than everyone else’s – hence the two posters.
Week one is from Monday 22nd – Friday 26th
Week two is from Monday 29th – Friday 2nd
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The Queen’s Park Gardens Community Hub’s latest e-newsletter for Autumn is out now and it includes a timetable with all of their activities listed between now and January.
The timetables are downloadable & can be viewed on any device, they are also grateful for donations made so please check out this link.
Feel free to share this with your friends and colleagues and remember they are there 7 days a week if you have questions.
To be truthful, it may be a couple of weeks old by now but we’ve been busy!
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The Queen’s Park Community Hub launched last month and has got off to a great start. With sport activities in the park and learning events including language sessions at their new premises in Kilburn Lane, there is something for everyone and the list is growing all the time.
This project goes from strength to strength.
Last year we told you about the new girls only session and the increase in mixed boys and girls. This month, boys and girls in the 4 – 11 years age group can join in the fun form 12pm to 2pm on a Sunday.
These sessions meet in the hard courts. Get involved!
Local Football fanatics and QPG Football Academy supporters in Queen’s Park are being asked to Pitch In! and make a donation towards weekly refreshments for the 50+ young people who are now registered and attend their coaching sessions each week in Queen’s Park Gardens, Ilbert Street. If you can pitch in and help them to continue the brilliant work that has taken place over the past 7 months then please click on the donate now button at the top of the page on their brand new website – www.qpgfootball.com
They are now up to 4 sessions per week (details here) and the Girls-Only sessions are currently funded by the Queen’s Park Community Council’s wonderful grant scheme, which looks to fund new and exciting projects in the area, like this. The other 3 sessions per week are supported by local volunteers & coaches from Queen’s Park Rangers Community Trust.
Later this month they are having our first ‘away’ match against another local team, which will take place over the entire day. They’d would love to be able to provide further refreshments for this additional time and would be extremely grateful to those of you who are in a position to ‘PITCH! in’ and ensure that the Academy continues to prosper.
The team at QPGFA thank you in advance for any donations that you make towards the Academy and thank everyone for all the fantastic support, as they continue to establish themselves locally. They’ve achieved so much in the past 7 months and we are all very excited about Queen’s Park having their own youth team in the London Football leagues next year. You can also follow their story weekly on both Facebook, Twitter, Periscope and Instagram by searching for @QPGFootball.
After seven very successful months of football training and matches in Queen’s Park Gardens, and having formed great partnerships with both Queen’s Park Community Council & Queen’s Park Rangers, QPG Football Academy, also known as QPGFA, has now expanded to four 2 hours sessions a week including a QPCC funded session dedicated girls session.