Great Western Park Public Art Strategy

Looking for a representative of local GWP residents… Please assist and advise the GWP Public Art group and Arts Officers, who are about to embark on an exciting project commissioning works of art throughout Great Western Park. The project will begin with the Northern Neighbourhood Community Centre and Square.

If you are interested and enthusiastic about this opportunity, please contact abigail.brown@whitehorsedc.gov.uk by Monday 20th January 2014.

Great Western Park Public Art Strategy PDF file 14.2 MB in size.

GWP Christmas Concert

After last years successful concert the Great Western Park Residents Association have organised their second Christmas event.
Come along, join in with the Brass Band and sing some Christmas Carols.

Warm your self up with some mulled wine and mince pies. Soft drinks also available.

If you would like more information about the concert or the Residents Association please contact us

GWP RA V1

Technical aspects concerning the demolition of Didcot A Power Station – 19-11-2013

Following the recent news that Didcot A is to be demolished within the next 3 years, Didcot First is delighted that the Project Director for the demolition contractors has agreed to give a talk about how this will actually be achieved.

What are the technical problems which will need to be overcome, and how will the process be achieved efficiently and safely?

Suitable for ages 16+, this talk will be of interest to all those who are technically-minded themselves. It will take place in the Cornerstone auditorium and tickets, although free, need to be obtained in advance via the Cornerstone box office on 01235 515144.

http://didcotfirst.org.uk/article-technical_aspects_concerning_the_demolition_of_didcot_a_power_station.html