friends of birkenhead park
That which is good should be preserved
News from The Friends
If you have any news you would like to share about the Friends, volunteers or just the park, then please get in touch via the Contact page
Do you have some Park related news or photographs that you would like to share?
If so please e-mail them here…
When sending photographs please attach them to an e-mail and give them a descriptive name. Thank you.
Can you help with marshalling and other roles during the Eisteddfod Events?
With a number of very important events happening in the Park this year, the Friends are looking for your help and support. If you think you might like to help please click on the Help Wanted button for more details.
Your community garden at Birkenhead Park needs you!
Now that summer is finally here it’s a great time to learn more about gardening, grow your own fruit and vegetables and make new friends at the same time by becoming a volunteer at the Friends of Birkenhead Park’s Edward Kemp Community Garden.
Read more here…
Birkenhead Park hoists the 2017 Green Flag Award
"Proud to announce Birkenhead Park, supported by its volunteers, has received the 2017/2018 Green Flag Award - one of our youngest litter picker helpers raised the flag with some help."
World Urban Parks European Congress 2017
Members of the Friends can enjoy specially discounted tickets for the event which will be priced at £10.00
To find out how to claim your discounted ticket and to view the programme for the Edward Kemp Symposium (Wed 18th) click here…
website by clicking on the above link
16th – 19th October 2017
We were very lucky to have been chosen by BMS Pharmaceuticals as their community project and eight of their staff joined us at the Edward Kemp Community Garden to tackle the very overgrown and unmanageable composting area. They did an amazing job and managed to get rid of most of the bindweed and heavy weeds to reveal some lovely compost. They worked as a great team, some bagging up the material, some filling wheel barrows and moving the compost onto the plots. They have promised us they will be back!