The Friends of Cuthill Park are used to completing lengthy and complex funding applications. Often these involve measuring outcomes, counting volunteer hours and assessing amount of land to be improved. But how do you measure success? The width of your children's smiles? The volume of laughter? The speed at which the cake disappears?
By any measure, Saturday 22nd April, was a huge success and we were delighted that so many families came along to celebrate the opening of the Woodland Learning Zone in Cuthill Park.
We were also joined by facepainter extraordinaire Fantoosh, The East Lothian Countryside Ranger Service, Tesco Musselburgh and John Muir's Birthplace
The busiest activity was the Vegware craft table where Emma helped folk make fairy doors, gnome homes and wooden pendants.
Did we mention the cake? Missy's Vegan Cupcakes made a magnificent cake which was hugely popular.
Thank you to everyone who helped make the day such a success!
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