Friday 28 July marks the beginning of Love Parks Week, the annual campaign to celebrate parks, green spaces, and the dedicated volunteers and workers that look after them all year round.
Thanks to funding from the Premier League, The FA and Government’s Football Foundation, we’re growing local football talent in Newcastle by updating and improving the football pitches in Walker Park and Paddy Freeman’s Park.
We’re delighted to share the news that Walker Park, Jesmond Dene, Exhibition Park and Leazes Park have all retained their Green Flag Award status in 2023.
Working with national walking and cycling charity Sustrans, we have upgraded sections of Hadrian’s Cycleway at Tyne Riverside Country Park and Walker Riverside Park.
To make sure Newcastle’s parks continue to be safe places for people to visit, we will be continuing with works to trees across the city as part of our treeContinue reading “An update on our Winter 22/23 tree works”
One year on from Storm Arwen, we’re taking a look back at the impact of the storm, the work that’s been undertaken by our rangers to repair the damage.
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”