Come to our public meeting and find out what is happening with the Outdoor Gym, Children’s Playground, Fish & Chip Grocery Bingo and other projects and events. More information email mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. Minutes of the Meeting You can download the minutes here.
We’ve had lots of interest in our public meeting, but many people said that they couldn’t make that day and time. We’ve therefore scheduled a second one at the MRA pavilion (Mayfield Playing Fields) Wednesday 19th June 6.30pm. Come and find out about, and share your thoughts on, “Project Playground” […]
MARNA launches an internet plant shop with all proceeds going towards the outdoor gym and playground at the Mayfield Recreational Association. We have a selection of lovely cottage garden plants, herbs, vegetables, wild flowers and shrubs. There are also two tree saplings which were grown by the children in Henry […]
Organically grown plants. Most are £3 or four for £10. All proceeds going towards the Outdoor Gym & Playground for the Mayfield Recreational Association. Contact us for more details.
Help Raise money THIS JUNE For Mayfield Community Projects MARNA have been raising money for a number of community projects for Mayfield including a much needed children’s playground and an outdoor gym for the village. Unfortunately the coronavirus pandemic has put a stop to the normal get together and do […]
Alz Coates, chair of MARNA, has won the Overall Impact on the Community by an Individual award at an Awards ceremony held at the Pirelli Stadium in Burton upon Trent. Her category was strongly contested and had ten nominees from across East Staffordshire, South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire. Hosted […]
We’re delighted to have been nominated for an “Impact on the Community” award. The award recognises projects which are “Transforming Homes, Lives or Neighbourhoods” across East Staffordshire, South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire. The description seems a little grand for us but we’re very pleased just to have been nominated. […]
In spite of some bad weather the Mayfield Fete was a very enjoyable occasion. Twenty-three stalls and attractions arrived in the morning when the fete was opened by the local MP. The Walking Football in the MUGA (Multi-Use Games Area) was very popular. First a demonstration of how the game […]