We spoke to Newcastle charity Children’s North East about the importance of their allotment plot at Benwell Lane in giving young people access to nature, and the chance to learn new skills.
To make sure Newcastle’s parks continue to be safe places for people to visit, we will be carrying out further works to trees across the city as part of our tree risk management and wider routine maintenance programme.
Today (10 October) marks World Mental Health Day. Here are five great ways you can improve your mental wellbeing in Newcastle’s green spaces.
This summer we partnered with the National Citizen Service (NCS) – a personal development programme for 15–17-year-olds leaving secondary education – and delivery partners Newcastle United Foundation and Catch 22Continue reading “Young people making a difference in our parks this summer”
Saying goodbye to the warmer summer months is never easy. Autumn brings with it thoughts of staying warm indoors as the nights draw in and temperatures begin to drop. ButContinue reading “Goodbye summer, hello planting season”
Rachel is our Education Officer working for the Beelines North East project. She’s the person behind the amazing interactive family sessions taking place in our parks, and our programme of educational events for schools.
To celebrate Rabbit Awareness Week 2022, our Pets Corner team have put together some information on caring for rabbits and how you can make sure your bunnies stay hoppy and healthy!
Ali is our Marketing and Communications Manager, her role is to spread the word about Urban Green Newcastle, and all of the work that we do, in lots of different ways.