We think the knowledge and advice we can now access will be of great value for our work around the park and in the vegetable garden, but there’s lots of other reasons we chose to join.
We were sent this rather lovely project created by the daughter of local resident, John Roberts. We thought it was pretty interesting and very well done, so we thought we’d share it. As we hope everyone knows we have an evolving ‘Young Friends of Wray’ group, because the park is for all of us to…
During the first Big Buzz event to celebrate Bee Day we estimate over 200 local residents and kids showed up for fun in the sun.
Come join our Big Buzz event to celebrate Bee Day on May 20 in Wray Crescent park.
We know it took some time to deliver on this project, but we’re happy to announce that the kid’s library in Wray Crescent is finally here! Share your books! The idea is simple: If you are a parent, drop your kid’s old books in the library. If you are a child, you get to borrow…
March will see the first book library put in place, repairs made across the park, and some intensive planting in the new flower beds.
Friends of Wray Crescent will hold our Annual General Meeting on Friday February 10, 2023, at 6pm.
“It’s not just about football, and it may sound a little cliched, but Wrayvens show a community spirit that I’ve never experienced before. I have met amazing people through this and for that alone it is a success.
Inspired by our very own all-women Wrayvens FC we’re delighted to announce the launch of a weekly walking football match here in Wray Crescent’s community park.
We enjoyed our best attended Tolly Talk ever, when around 70 friends and neighbours got together to join Islington guide, Oonagh Gay on a walk through our local history. Here are some of the highlights of what we learned.