Hednesford Valley High school Forest School students helped our volunteers plant the last of the trees in the Bring Up the Blossom garden today. The Friends of Hednesford Park got the funding through the Postcode Local Trust to develop an area of the park along the circular route. It is hoped that once established the blossom garden will not only provide a visually attractive entrance to the woodland, but also the colour and scent will be an important sensory element, especially for visitors to the park who are living with dementia.
The blossom garden will also increase the biodiversity within the park and attract wildlife such as pollinating insects and birds.
The Crocus that The Rotary provided have started to emerge in the Park!
#HednesfordPark #Spring #Crocus
Have you been enjoying the sunshine at the park today?
Good morning from Hednesford Park!
Hednesford Park wins ‘Site of the Year’ with Tennis for Free!
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Bug hotel in the Forest Schools area of the Park.
A beautiful sunrise over Hednesford Hills & Park this morning.
If you have visited the park in the last week you will have seen the latest tree sculpture taking shape 🦎
Late 1950s early 60s view looking over play area from Hednesford Hills showing range of play equipment. Note the area of rough ground between play area and road which contained ditch and was only piped and levelled in the mid 1950s. The light coloured area in photo centre above Victoria Street is all that remains of the gas works. #TFOHP
A cold day forecast for tomorrow but expect some sunny intervals. Wrap up warm if you are heading to the park.
Work continuing on the Signal Box project this morning.
Who is heading to #HednesfordSkatePark tomorrow?