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I am pleased to be able to pass on the news that as of Thursday 13th March 2014, Parkinson’s Park has a new Bench. This one is a memorial Bench donated to the Park by Matthew Pinkney in memory of … Continue reading
The Friends of Parkinsons Park are calling for Volunteers to: Plant heathers, broom and gorse. Plant Bulbs Plant trees Please come and help us by meeting at the big gate at the top end of the Park When: Saturday 26th … Continue reading
On Saturday March 2nd a working party will be out on the Park picking litter, planting some saplings and carrying our other jobs as needed. All are welcome. Meet at the Farm Gate on Kelcliffe Lane at about 09:30.
In an audacious move characterised by a typical disregard for local opinion, another construction has appeared in Parkinson’s Park with little discussion, consultation or general consideration for community views. Lying but a few meters from Hotel Scarabee a similar hotel … Continue reading
It is said that in years gone by, Guiseley folk would stop and sit in the triangular area defined by the dry stone walls situated just in front of the entrance half way along the top bridleway adjacent to Parkinson’s … Continue reading
The official photos of the Park Entrances Project (Day 1!) are uploaded into our Gallery. Click here to find a link the Gallery pages.
Friend of Parkinsons Park, Beth Cheetham, becomes the first person to complete an “official” membership form and as such will be added to the official register of Friends. Beth wants the park to become a haven for wild life and … Continue reading
Well the snow came down and stayed for quite some time and many photographs were taken. Just a few of them have made their way onto our gallery so please take a look if you want a reminder of what … Continue reading
Hello On walking out of the Park along the the Kelcliffe bridleway I happened upon Mark and Jamie from Pudsey Landscapes digging out the farm gate entrance in readiness for creating a generally more welcoming experience. When I approached they … Continue reading