Young people are gaining valuable work experience and training in the city’s parks and allotments thanks to our new partnership with Newcastle United Foundation and Prince’s Trust.
Pupils from St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School in Heaton have helped launch a new audio trail about the history of Heaton Park just in time for the Easter holidays.
Anji Andrews spoke to us about the power of GoodGym, and how local people are giving back to their local community whilst staying fit and healthy at the same time.
Peter and Ann Wilson spoke to us about the habitat they have created for wildlife and nature on their allotment plot at Three Mile in Gosforth.
Working in partnership with custodians of the National Cycle Network, Sustrans, we have secured funding to improve two stretches of the existing Hadrian’s Cycleway – NCN 72.
A new partnership between Urban Green Newcastle and the Probation Service North East is helping to improve people’s experience of visiting some of Newcastle’s most popular parks.
Gill Dallow from Little Moor Allotments in West Jesmond/Gosforth spoke to use about her love of allotments, and winning ‘Best Shed’ at the Newcastle Allotment and Garden Show 2022.
Due to current weather conditions, we are urging all park users to take extra care when visiting Newcastle’s green spaces.