Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor
A programme of consultation and community engagement activities has been ongoing with residents and stakeholders since the beginning of the Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor redevelopment project. This is expected to continue after completion of the redevelopment project.
If you have any questions or comments about the redevelopment project please email email@example.com or call (020) 8825 6742.
Drop in gardening session
Every Thursday 10am-12noon, Walled Garden, Walpole Park
Come along and help us to look after the kitchen garden. Everyone welcome, all ages and levels of experience needed. All equipment provided, just come along in your old clothes. For more information contact Emma Allen, Walpole Park manager on 07711 391 185 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PM Gallery & House and Walpole Park Youth Panel
We are looking for creative, inquisitive and committed young people aged 14 to 20 years to join a youth panel for weekly meetings at PM Gallery and House. The panel has been set up to help make decisions about the park and PMG, as well as run events, make artworks and learn about parks and heritage. No previous art experience required, but enthusiasm, team work and commitment are essential. Read more about the panel or contact Claire Cooke, outreach officer on (020) 8825 9458 or email@example.com for more information.
Disability access forum
A forum has been set up to discuss the needs of people with physical and learning disabilities and how the park and Pitzhanger Manor can be more accessible. The forum has already recruited most of its members, but is still looking for a forum support worker and a minutes secretary. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in applying. The forum will meet on a monthly basis.
Park bench trial
A new Regency-style park bench is being trialled in Walpole Park for its durability. Local people are welcome to try out the seat, which has an information board displayed next to it.
Walpole Friends is a voluntary membership group inaugurated in 2009 in response to Ealing Council’s plans to apply for Lottery Funding and to invest in Pitzhanger Manor and Walpole Park. The Friends provide a local stakeholder voice and grass roots input and are working to preserve the integrity of Walpole Park, Pitzhanger Manor and Lammas Park and Enclosure all of which are in the Walpole Ward.
Pages in Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor
- The vision
- Overall project aims for Walpole Park
- Project updates
- You are here: Getting involved
- Upcoming events
- Park history
- Kitchen Garden
- Archaeology survey in Walpole Park
- Heritage trees in Walpole Park
- Art in the Park
- Walpole Memories Oral History Project
- What's happening next?