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Friends of Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery and Walpole Park

The Renovation of the Manor anf Gallery is a £12 million project and there is still some important fundraising to do to raise all the monies needed.

The Manor and Gallery is still currently run by Ealing Council but it is expected that, as soon as the renovation works are completed, the building will be passed over to a Trust to manage. The Trust is already formed and is still working on raising a further £1,300,000 to complete the project.

Vivienne Cane-Honeysett
Chair
Friends of Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery and Walpole Park

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Vivienne Cane-Honeysett
Chair - Friends of Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery and Walpole Park


Summer 2017

Greetings Friends,

Once again the sun is shining and our park is looking wonderful....very busy...but still wonderful.

The bees are back in the Observation hive and the regular bat, bird, tree and moth walks, and the pond dipping etc., are now progressing apace.

Vanessa Hampton, our Park Manager, is organising some exciting events in the park for the summer and so do keep your eyes open for notices of those events. If you are a member of the Friends group I will send you emails about all the events that come to my notice. We have already had two very successful public events in Walpole Park, these being 'Walkies in the Park', otherwise known as Doggy Day back in April and the Green Living event in May. Coming up in June is the Big Lunch on the weekend of 10th and 11th June. Do come along and join us.

Our precious Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery are both still shrouded in scaffolding and tarpaulins but it is very exciting to imagine what fantastic work is going on under all that cover.

Its still a while that we have to wait before we will be able to see the result of all the painstaking work the contractors have been doing. The expected date of completion is the third quarter of next year and we are very much looking forward to having our wonderful facility back, and looking spectacular.

Friends Appeal for Minerva

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