Author Archives: Jennifer Inskip Kirkby

About Jennifer Inskip Kirkby

Director and Vice Chair of Friends of Parkinson's Park CIC, Chair of Aireborough Neighbourhood Forum and Facilitator of Inskip One-Name Study. Has a degree in Local History (University of Cambridge), and Economics (University of Leeds). Now retired after a career as a Business Analyst and Advisor.


A little wet for our Apple Day activities today (14th Oct)  so we’ve postponed the event until next week, Sunday 21st October, 2- 4pm Advertisements

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Orchard Trail at Apple Day 21st October 2-4 pm

We have a new Orchard Tail leaflet to add to our collection of information on Parkinson’s Park.  Come and help us identify the trees that have lost their labels. The new leaflet will be available at Apple Day 2-4pm 21st … Continue reading

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Updated Parkinson’s Park Website

We have now updated the website with: all the research we have done on history, geology and ecology. downloadable leaflets on the Story Trail, and the I-Spy Trail downloadable map of the park information on the trees in the community … Continue reading

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Mermaids and Pirates Come to the Park 20th October

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Identifying Fruit In The Community Orchard

Martyn Hornsby Smith had written a run down of all the apples, pears and plums we have in the community orchard, which you can find on our website under the Environment header.  Sadly, there are a number of other trees … Continue reading

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I-Spy Trail Leaflets Now Available

Along with our new Ecology and Geology information board, we have designed an I-Spy Trail for children to learn about the different habitats in the Park and spot some of the key nature items in each. If you would like … Continue reading

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Pictures from A Gala

Once again the sun shone on the Parkinson’s Park Children’s Gala as Guiseley Brass Band played and Professor Dan twisted his balloons into mermaids and entertained the children.  A ‘flight’ of fairies flitted around the Park getting their faces painted … Continue reading

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