Here's a hard-hitting article from The Observer's Rowan Moore who suggests that Britain’s parks are in crisis. He asks, with councils such as Bristol...
in Parks - on 11/7/17
We make no bones about repeating the message about goalpost safety. Indeed, all sports equipment needs to be checked regularly as being ‘fit for purpose’...
in Parks - on 12/6/17
A new Active Spaces partnership between The London Marathon Charitable Trust and Fields in Trust will create a legacy of 50 permanently protected outdoor...
in Parks - on 2/6/17
Royal Parks have announced the appointment of Andrew Scattergood as their new Chief Executive following an open recruitment process.
in Parks - on 18/5/17
With research reporting widespread budget cuts, Reesink Turfcare looks at how to make that all-important budget go further without a drop in park...
in Parks - on 28/4/17
Wellington in Bloom is launching a fund to plant a wedding cake tree in the town’s Edwardian park in memory of Mark Norman
in Parks - on 23/3/17
Public parks could face a period of decline as local authorities struggle to fund their upkeep, a new report from the Communities and Local Government...
in Parks - on 27/2/17
A recreation ground in Harpenden which is used by hundreds of people in the town each year has been granted legal protection from any future development,...
in Parks - on 23/2/17
In a consultation exercise, Newcastle City Council is inviting opinions about the future running of the parks and green spaces
in Parks - on 17/1/17
Glasgow Green is the UK’s oldest public park. Situated on the east side of the city centre, it is a mecca for locals and tourists, attracting millions...
in Parks - on 2/12/16
The Calderdale Corridors of Colour project is a planting scheme to combat the loss of wildflower meadows by planting new areas using a UK native mix.
in Parks - on 21/11/16
On 26th October two important ‘news’ items broke. One from a Government Select Committee and the other from The Football Association, Communities and...
in Parks - on 27/10/16
Plans to build one of the UK’s most innovative greenhouses in Hyde Park were unveiled this week
in Parks - on 15/10/16
Outdoor exercise delivers an estimated £2.2bn of health benefits to adults in England each year, a study suggests
in Parks - on 24/9/16
Landscapers, groundsmen and gardeners responsible for large grassed open space areas such as parkland, sports pitches, golf courses, bowling greens and...
in Parks - on 23/9/16
A nationwide search to find the country’s favourite local green space nominated and selected by public vote
According to a report from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), public parks face decline, and the HLF calls for combined national and local action to deliver...
in Parks - on 14/9/16
Over the last three years 66 outdoor sports facilities have been transferred or sold by local authorities and a new report says there's more to follow!...
in Parks - on 10/9/16
In his previous article, green space specialist, Bernard Sheridan, called for local authorities and land owners to seriously consider having ‘no-mow’...
in Parks - on 2/9/16
The Ransomes MP653 XC is the world’s first and only wide area rotary mower with a 4.27m (14 foot) cutting width, increasing productivity by up to 25%...
in Parks - on 24/8/16