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#950752 - 11th Jun 2015 3:15pm Arno at the Secret Gardens
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Refreshments & Face Painting, available in the Arno during the Secret Gardens event..Sunday 21st June.


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#950754 - 11th Jun 2015 3:25pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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And abuse and disruption for local residents

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#950759 - 11th Jun 2015 3:49pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: sean99789]
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Which is what exactly?

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#951060 - 13th Jun 2015 6:50pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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Where can I get some info' ?

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#951061 - 13th Jun 2015 6:56pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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#951063 - 13th Jun 2015 7:28pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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Thanks a lot.

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#951079 - 13th Jun 2015 10:41pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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Ok. I wanted to know too. Not been before.

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#951094 - 13th Jun 2015 11:47pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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secret gardens sounds posh for cannabis farm

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#951105 - 14th Jun 2015 9:07am Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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Bacon Butties and Tea, Coffee, Cakes Etc also available all day at the 64th Birkenhead (Sea) Scout H Q,
The Old Coach House
Columbia Lane (Off Columbia Road) Oxton. For a map, see the link below

http://www.birkenheadseascouts.org.uk/contact.html

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#951153 - 14th Jun 2015 2:37pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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Sorry must apologise for the post thought you were that stupid bunch of clowns called the Oxton society but no your part of a group who have interest in the Arno and fields note the word field a.k.a car park for one day of the year if I was to drive and park on there any other day I'd end up with pc plod on me doorstep so congratulations to all who allow this to happen

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#951157 - 14th Jun 2015 3:30pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: sean99789]
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Originally Posted By: sean99789
Sorry must apologise for the post thought you were that stupid bunch of clowns called the Oxton society but no your part of a group who have interest in the Arno and fields note the word field a.k.a car park for one day of the year if I was to drive and park on there any other day I'd end up with pc plod on me doorstep so congratulations to all who allow this to happen


To be fair, its a small price to pay for the amount of other good work the Oxton Society does.

I presume the Friends of the Arno and Oxton Fields are partly funded from Oxton Society in some way.

I'm not a member of the society nor know of anyone that is though I did mean to join.
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#951316 - 15th Jun 2015 9:38am Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Originally Posted By: diggingdeeper
I presume the Friends of the Arno and Oxton Fields are partly funded from Oxton Society in some way.


The Friends of the Arno and Oxton fields are not funded in any way from the Oxton society. We raise all our own funds as best we can. We maintain the rose garden with volunteers.

All proceeds raised on the Secret Gardens event by the friends will be used in the Arno rose garden & Quarry.

Maybe sean99789 would like to volunteer some time, otherwise in the future it just might turn into one big car park...permanently.

Our blog page is here:
http://friendsofthearno.blogspot.co.uk/

Our Facebook page is here:
https://www.facebook.com/friendsofthearno

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#951332 - 15th Jun 2015 11:23am Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: OxtonHill]
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Hi Oxtonhill,you say that you maintain the rose garden which is always neat and tidy so well done you,but pray tell,why isn't the upkeep the responsibility of the council?

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#951336 - 15th Jun 2015 12:10pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: ludwigvan]
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I've always loved the Arno; it was one of my grandmother's favourite places and we often used to go there.
It's always puzzled me as to why it was named after an Italian river but today, after a little research, I found this on the site "Old Wirral"

A document dating from the reign of Edward III, dealing with an enquiry into the question of
encroachments into the Forest of Wirral, treats with the occasion when Richard de Oxton was
called to account for having in his possession a quarter of a rood of land in Oxton, near
Arnehowe. At the period of this document, the use of the words erne, earn or arne, for eagle was
quite common. How is well-known as a word for hill, so could it have been that the name for the
Arno in medieval years was Eagle Hill?
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#951344 - 15th Jun 2015 1:51pm Re: Arno at the Secret Gardens [Re: ludwigvan]
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Originally Posted By: ludwigvan
why isn't the upkeep the responsibility of the council?


As with all Council cutbacks, they just cannot find the funding anymore, the council cut the grass for us and deliver mulch & compost, but thats it. The reason we have a rose appeal at present is because the council just have not had the time or manpower over the last few years to maintain it or deliver on all the Parks & gardens in the Wirral.

About 6 dedicated volunteers visit on a Monday & the 1st Saturday of the month. The rose appeal is going well, we hope to have some new arches & a sun dial introduced in the near future.

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