There are a number of different ways in which you can help support the park:

Become a member of the Jubilee Park Company for a fee of £5 per year. As well as contributing to a worthy cause, this gives you a say in how the park is run through the annual general meeting. You will be also be invited to JPC social events.

Join the committee: new members are always welcome. New energy and ideas are the lifeblood of any organisation, so don't hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in being part of a friendly and welcoming group of people involved in contributing to the community.

Be a casual volunteer: You may not want to commit to membership of the committee but there are many occasions when help is needed on a one-off basis. These can include:

  • planting and other similar jobs at the field (an ideal family activity);

  • manning stalls at fundraising events;

  • setting up and clearing away tables, chairs etc.

  • help with catering;

  • delivering leaflets.

There are a number of people who have said that they are willing to be asked to help on a casual basis. If you would like to add your name to this list, please contact us. You will not be under any pressure to agree to the request for help.

Attend fundraising events. Much of the park income comes from events such as the fete and the bonfire. This is a way to support the park and enjoy yourself at the same time.

Respond to requests that drop through your door for baking, bric-a-brac, books etc.

Let us have your ideas. Whether or not your circumstances allow you to do any of the above, we are interested in hearing any ideas you may have for fundraising or improvements to the park.




A new year and a new round of fundraising, starting with St Crux in York on 20 April. Easter Saturday, so a great opportunity to make some cash!

Please dig out bric-a-brac (no clothes or electricals) and have ready to bring to the Pottery, or request collection. Also needed are cakes and other saleable produce.

Help on the day will also be greatly appreciated, especially given the date.

Please contact 01759 368384 for more

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