All ideas welcome!
Why not get involved?
This year is the 20th anniversary of the creation of the Henbury Millennium Green and the Trust would like to invite all the residents of Henbury, and those who have regularly used and/or supported the Millennium Green over the years, to join us on the Green in celebrating this anniversary.
Henbury Parish Council, the Henbury Events Committee and the Henbury Society have kindly agreed to support this in whatever way they can.
We've earmarked the weekend of Saturday/Sunday June 13th/14th 2020 as ideal to hold a celebration event and we have some ideas about what we could do such as :
- A birds of prey demonstration or a woodland skills workshop on Saturday afternoon.
- An early to mid-evening event involving food, refreshments and maybe some games / live music that would have elements suitable for all ages.
But it's Your Green, and we'd love to hear from you what you would like to do to celebrate it!
We would really appreciate it if you could provide us with some feedback, so we can gauge the level of interest, and also the type of celebration you would like to have.
So if you could submit your answers to the following questions by Sunday 9th February we can get together those interested in supporting this, and start organizing it.
Thank you for taking an interest in your Millennium Green. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please answer all questions below, then press the "SUBMIT" button at the bottom.
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