Apr
07
2017
0

Session 8th April – ON

Good Afternoon All,

The weather is really good tomorrow so I shall not be calling our session off. The grass has been cut, some by myself, and so we have a good playing surface. We also have some groundwork going on at the Fishbourne Centre so parking will be limited. I have asked that the field gate opposite the gravel parking be opened. Also as it’s our last session before Easter the ladies at the tea bar have a small surprise for all the participants. Have good evening and I will see you all tomorrow morning.

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Apr
01
2017
0

Session ON today

Morning All,

Todays session is ON,

See you there.

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Mar
24
2017
0

Session 25th March – On

Hi All,

The weather, for a change, is good tomorrow so the session is ON.

See you there, have a good evening.

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Mar
18
2017
0

Session 18th March – Cancelled

Good Morning,

Sorry for late post! we appear to have had wet weather last night, I have done a pitch inspection and decided to CANCEL today’s session. Sorry to disappoint but again I must protect the playing surface and its muddy and damp. Hopefully see you all next weekend.

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Mar
12
2017
0

Fishbourne Playing Field Association

ONE HAPPY FAMILY OF USERS
Dog Walkers, young children at play, families having a picnic and sports teams all share the lovely facilities of Fishbourne Playing Field.In the main, we all get on well but sometimes things go a little wrong. We know most dog walkers remove any mess made by their dogs but the playing field association are receiving increasing complaints about dog mess having to be cleared from parts of the field used by children and families or by sports teams. This may be because some people are unaware of an existing rule of the Fishbourne Playing Field which makes dog owners responsible for removing any mess made by their dog, excludes dogs from all laid out playing areas and only allows dogs on the field if under proper control.
Posters in prominent positions on the field might be a good way to inform/remind people – but what would it be helpful to have on them? Would a map on display be helpful? How could these provisions be monitored? Have you any other ideas? So the Fishbourne Playing Field Association would like to hear your ideas by 15th March, These can be sent via email to enquiries@fpfa.org.uk please put ‘Dog Walking Comments’ in the subject area of the email.

Fishbourne Romans has a big say in this topic and I hope you will comment and give your views.

Thank you.

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