So where to start when writing a blog for the Friends of Moorside Park website when the Chair is your wife? If anyone has had the pleasure of meeting Louise you’ll know, she’s super organised and has an amazing eye for detail. This means my spelling and grammar has to be spot on! I’ve been
This month saw the launch of our Moorside Park running club. I say ours, it has been set up by Louise, Chair of the Friends of the Park group and wouldn’t happen without Jim, our Run Leader – or Chief as we call him. But it is ours – like the Community Fitness sessions, the
Some of us from the Fitness sessions are doing Pretty Muddy at Sefton Park on 4th July, and would appreciate it if people can donate to us on our just giving page, many thanks.
Here are just a few of the AMAZING achievements of our group in 2014… We were awarded an Echo Award for our Community Fitness Sessions We organised numerous successful events throughout the year Following on from the success of our circuits we started Tai Chi, Kids Classes & Boxercise We launched our own website We
“Don’t make me do it!”, but his cries are in vain. “I’ll be good from now on!” He begs as dusty trainers are laced-up by his eight year old son. “But it’s cold and I’ll miss ‘Saturday Kitchen!” The echoes of his pathetic plea could be heard by anyone who happened to be passing a
I use the park daily; meeting up with my friends, conker hunting and for circuit training. When I was in primary school, meeting with my friends happened almost every weekend. We preferred Moorside Park to Coronation Park and we would play football on the concrete 5 a-side pitch or on the grass. Conker hunting is