Tag Archives: Ecology

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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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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Springtime in Guiseley

Walking through the park this week you will no doubt have spotted the new flowers which are opening up daily.  Spring has finally sprung and plants which have been shivering and clinging onto life for months have been rewarded with … Continue reading

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Parkinson’s Park Now ‘Officially’ Part of The Great British Story

We are thrilled to hear that Parkinson’s Park has been successful in our application for a Heritage Lottery Fund ‘All Our Stories’ grant to explore the history – geological, cultural and ecological – of Parkinson’s Park. A key feature of … Continue reading

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Flower spotting in the park

After a walk in the park today I felt inspired to write a post on what I had seen. It feels as if the park has really blossomed over the last few weeks, no doubt helped by all the recent … Continue reading

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Wild about Wildflowers: Sunday 15 April 2012

Today the rain just held off for the latest project to take place at Parkinson’s Park. As part of the RHS Britain in Bloom launch celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the beginning of National Gardening Week, a small band … Continue reading

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