PQF are exhibiting at this year's Boat Show 19th to 21st May.
Our stand is outside Poole Potter. Over the 3 days we welcomed around 250 people (estimate) to the stand. There was a lot of interest and we signed up 53 new members and 7 interested parties, who are living outside the area.
Venue: Orchard Plaza, Unit 2, 41 High Street Poole Summary Town centre 'pocket parks', not roads or roundabouts Hamworthy recreation ground and waterside Poole Quay as a park Green infrastructure and green spaces Priorities for policy and implementation
Venue: Orchard Plaza, Unit 2, 41 High Street Summary Alternative uses including flats & offices The street market and the Town Centre Management Group Redesigning the public realm The appearance of the conservation area Projects, funding and implementation
Venue: Hamworthy Park Summary The PQF stand exhibited maps of the area; PQF aims and objectives and an invitation to join the Forum. Due to bad weather there was a low attendance, with interest from a number of people, who posed questions and made comment. We gained some new members.
Venue: Poole Quay Summary The PQF stand exhibited maps of the area; PQF aims and objectives and an invitation to join the Forum. The stand attracted many visitors, who posed questions and made comment. The Mayor, Councillor Peter Adams and his wife visited the stand. 22 new members joined on day.
Venue: Orchard Plaza and Maypole Square Summary A consultation event aimed at raising awareness of Maypole Square and to obtain peoples views on how the space should be improved. About 64 people provided direct responses to the consultation questions. In addition, 65 people provided drawings or written responses.