Category Archives: Ecology

Specialist Visits The Community Orchard

Martyn and Josie met Alan Thornton in the Park today; Alan is the Project Manager for the Leeds “Orchard Project” and was visiting a number of community orchards in the area. Martyn said a number of points were worth recording: … Continue reading

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Parkinson’s Park Crime and Order

Crime in the Park We are very sorry to report that Criminal behaviour is increasing in the Park especially to do with drugs, arson and general destruction of Park features from gates to trees.   The Police have been notified and … Continue reading

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Event cancelled as Hilary has unfortunately broken her hip – we wish her the very best for a speedy recovery. We are very pleased to announce that Hilary Dodson, Chair of the Northern Fruit Group,  will be in Parkinson’s Park … Continue reading

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Spring flowers

Despite a cold spring the flowers are now in full bloom around the park and looking wonderful.  Some have already gone over while others are on the cusp of bursting forth, a trait of nature which ensures that plants take … Continue reading

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Incredible Edible Aireborough Launch at Guiseley Farmers’ Market – 19th April

Originally posted on Aireborough Neighbourhood Development Forum:
Becky Mears and the New Planters Fancy taking a walk to work, school, or shop,  and picking a few fresh, seasonal,  runner beans, peas or strawberries on the way?  Well,  if a new…

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Tree planting in the sunshine

A loyal band of local people met in the park on a cold Sunday to help create a community orchard for Guiseley.  It was a frosty morning but the sun was shining and soon warmed the ground – and us. After … Continue reading

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Is it spring yet?

Have you noticed that the days are getting slowly but steadily longer? Have you managed to drag yourself out of the house into the muddy, windswept and bitterly cold outdoors long enough to spot the first signs of life such … Continue reading

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