Love Your Park
Support local volunteers whose extra love for our parks benefits everyone. Please donate to our small grants fund. Your contribution to the fund will help us launch our grant scheme later this year. It will be good news for so many volunteers and their communities.Find out more
Norfolk Crescent Green, Bath
Involving local people in improving a park can revitalise a green space through addressing local needs. Volunteers are key to this bringing enthusiasm and energy to make things happen.Find out more
Join us this Spring in Netham Park, Bristol
Take part in hands-on activities such as bulb and wildflower planting bench painting nature learning clipping, snipping and clearing and more.Find out more
#2minute litter pick stations
Keynsham Memorial Park, Greville Smyth Park and Blaise Castle Estate are the first parks to receive a Your Park 2 Minute Litter Picking ‘Station’. The project is inspired by the actions of the surfing community and their successful 2 minute beach cleans.Find out more
Flowers in their Footsteps
Building on the legacy of Greta Thunberg's visit to Bristol through a partnership project to create wilder habitats at College Green.Find out more
‘We go there rain or shine and always chat to somebody’
Most of us know our local park well. It may have changed since you were a child and now you might go to keep in touch with others. Tell us below about your park, why is it special to you? What would you wish for the future?
'It’s free - everyone goes there. You can exercise or just relax'
When your home lacks a green space, heading to the park gives you freedom to unwind or be more energetic! Tell us below about your park, why is it special to you? What would you wish for the future?
'Being with the kids is our precious family time'
The park is somewhere where the kids can let off steam and where we all have fun together. It gets everyone out of the house and active. Tell us below about your park, why is it special to you? What would you wish for the future?
'Green space lifts the area and is important for our staff'
Whether it’s a park run or time in nature, parks are valued by both employers and employees and are seen by business as vital for our towns and cities. Tell us below about your parks – why are they important for your business? What would you wish for the future?