What to do on a Saturday Morning

It may be winter and you may have put a few pounds on over the Christmas period  but there are plenty of things to do on a Saturday morning in Sandall Park.

Fitness posterHow about the parkrun or fitness training or cycle training or even get your kids playing football with the Sandall Park Ranger JFC.

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Sandall Park Book

Sandall Park – The Book.  A comprehensive account about the trials and tribulations of an urban park.

Written by local historian Symeon Mark Waller the book contains fascinating details of the ‘Sandall’ area long before it became a park and includes brilliant first hand accounts of the park from the beginning right up to the problems from the early 90’s and the birth of the Friends of Sandall Park.

The book can be purchased direct from ourselves, from the Doncaster Tourist Information Office (£6.50) and is even available via Amazon for your Kindle.

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Thankyou – Great Job

A massive thankyou to our intrepid litter pickers for a job well done.

Golf course litter pickThe final bit of the fencing project will be to rake over and seed grass on the area…………. all ready for the Proms in the Park on June 21st.




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Litter Pick This Morning

Litter pick this morning (Monday 5th January) to clear the rubbish thrown up by the installation of the new fence on Barnby Dun Road.

Keep britain tidyMeet 11.00 – 11.15 in the lay by next to the old golf course. We’ll provide the equipment – if FoSP members could bring the equipment they have their possession that would be helpful.

See you there……..


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Parkrun This Morning

Regular Parkrun this morning – 9am sharp.

Parkrun Haloween 057A great chance to step up that Hew Year resolution and get rid of some that Christmas pudding. For the non runners – please be aware of runners between 9am and 10am.


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New year 2015
From all at the Friends of Sandall Park can we wish you a great 2015 and many fantastic visits to Sandall Park.

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