Events attended in 2006 by The Friends of Brickfields Country Park

Brickfields Country Park volunteers attended the following events during 2006 with the display stand and several fund raising games, to bring the Park and the work of the volunteers to the public's attention.  For further details E-mail


Our stand at Bells Piece Gardeners Day 2004

Saturday 13th May, Bells Piece - Gardeners Open Day, 10am - 3pm, Bells Piece, Farnham.  We again attended this very popular event held every year at Bells Piece Horticulture, Hale Road, Farnham.  With local conservation, interest and wildlife organisations, cafeteria, games, "Gardeners Question Time" and plants at bargain prices from this popular horticulture charity.  Brickfields Country Park were there with the display stand, leaflets & photos to show the work of our volunteers and tell them about the park.  As always promised a good time was had at Bell's Piece helping them to raise funds, and us to promote Brickfields Country Park, meeting friends old and new.  Subsequent to the day we have received a pack of black and white photos from a local lady who had taken them in the early 1990's, we are going to copy them for our albums and return the originals.

For further information on next year's event phone Mr. B. Lake on 01252 714271.


Bird of Prey from a previous "Fur and Feathers" Fun Day

Funday 2006

Sunday 2nd July, Brickfields Country Park - "Fur & Feathers" Wildlife Fun Day. 11am to 4pm.  (location map) With farm animals, displays and stalls from local environment and wildlife groups, hot and cold refreshments, games, quizzes, bouncy castle, tombola, cake stall and our own brand "Brickfields" jams.  Coffee and Tea from our refreshments are all "Fair Trade" products.  Back by public request are Millers Ark Animals who are a very popular attraction drawing young and old to their interactive display of Ducks, Goats, Geese, Rabbits, Cattle, Chickens Pigs and other farmyard animals.

Participants -

Another excellent event this year but so hot!, with a steady stream of visitors all day playing games and petting the farm animals.  A few cakes, jams and drinks left over at the end but not too surprising given the weather !.  We launched our petition asking for signatures objecting to the sale of land from Christmas Lodge, everybody approached agreed the land should not be sold, all signed.  Currently there are 145 signatures.

2006 Sponsors -

Without the help of local companies we would at times be unable to do some of our work in the park and also stage events like the Fun Day.  Our grateful thanks go to them.


Saturday 15th to Sunday 16th July Aldershot Army Show. Held on the Queen's Parade Recreation Ground off Queens Avenue, Aldershot and organised by the Army and Rushmoor Borough Council, the Aldershot Army Show was back again for May 2006.  Two days of fun and excitement for all the family with -

Provisional list of events 2006-

Brickfields Country Park were back this year at this popular local event but only for the Sunday as we have difficulties manning the stand for the complete two day event.  Another very hot day with a steady stream of visitors all day playing our games.  We continued with our petition asking for signatures objecting to the sale of land from Christmas Lodge, everybody approached agreed the land should not be sold, all signed.  Currently there are 200 signatures.

Arena displays, Static displays, Car Show, Arts and Crafts, Local history exhibition, Environmental interest groups, Bands, Dance, Sports Club displays, Children's entertainment / rides, Funfair, Mobile Farm / Pets Corner, Pony Rides, Land Train, Face Painting, Balloon Modelling, Ski Slope, Skateboard Demonstrations, Climbing Wall, Catering, Beer Tent, and much more.
For further information on next year's event, contact the Show Director on 01252 398760.


Sunday 1st October, Green & Global Fun Day, 11am - 4:30pm, Princes Hall, Aldershot.  Rushmoor's regular free family event with a theme this year of "Climate Change".  Featured celebrity was Bill Giles, previously the lead weather man at the BBC, with his unique "Weather Show" entertainment for all the family.  Attractions included competitions, global cafe, local voluntary group stands, acoustic music concert, flower displays, Fairtrade cafe and more.  Brickfields Country Park volunteers were be there with our display stand, games, leaflets & photos to show the work of our volunteers and tell the public about the park.  A very rainy day but a well attended event in spite of the weather.
For further information on next year's event phone Les Murrell on 01252 398538.


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