Author Archives: Jennifer Inskip Kirkby

About Jennifer Inskip Kirkby

Vice Chairlady of Friends of Parkinson's Park, and Facilitator of Inskip One-Name Study. Has a degree in Local History (University of Cambridge), and Economics (University of Leeds). Day job - is a Business Analyst running Mutual Marketing, a customer service research, training and advisory business.

Improvements to Kelcliffe Lane

Not quite in Parkinson’s Park, but it plays a role in the setting.  So we are pleased that repairs and improvements have been done over the last few weeks along Kelcliffe Lane,  from the top of Oxford Avenue to Nursery … Continue reading

Posted in Facilities

Making Music At The Lantern Parade

As usual we will be having ‘music’ to accompany the lanterns down from the Park to the Cross on Sunday.   This year we hope to make it even bigger and better with both musical instruments as well as the Sound … Continue reading

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Pond Dipping Platform

A Pond Dipping Platform has been installed by the side of the Bog Garden.  Funds were donated via a grant from Green Leeds Limited and Open Country installed it.  As the Garden starts to settle and fill up with plants … Continue reading

Posted in Ecology

Advent in the Park 2017

The Advent Tree – or three trees this year are now started in the Park for you to add your own decorations during the coming weeks.   Thanks go to all those who came to help, and dressed for the occasion. … Continue reading

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Lantern Parade 2017

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Apple Day Production Line

We got a real production line going in the Park this afternoon, with a number of people joining in to turn apples from their own trees, and those in the Park, into juice.   We even had a very unusual apple … Continue reading

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Raising Funds for the Children’s Gala 2018

Every Autumn the Charity Crowdfunding Site Local Giving has a Grow Your Tenner campaign. This means that if you donate £10, Local Giving will add a further £10 to our account. This year we are using the campaign to raise … Continue reading

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