Following the unexpected flailing of the Wood Lane hedge by the Highways department just weeks before the planned hedge laying project was due to start. The Friends of Park Field (FOPF) have met with experts from the TCV www.tcv.org.uk and senior members of...

Dear Members and guests

This is my first year of having the honour of being Chairman of the FOPF taking over from Brian Elias, its has been a great year and I would warmly invite you to our AGM on Tuesday 5th November at Neston Cricket Club 730pm.

This has been a really...

August 13, 2019

We are really pleased to announce that we are making great progress towards hitting our target to raise enough money to allow the first stage of the Hedge Laying process to start in  Dec / Jan.... 

If you can help us reach our target please see how to donate below....

Press Release: Park Fields in Parkgate, Neston has been recognised as one of the UK’s very best green spaces 

Today, a record number of parks and green spaces collect a Green Flag Award.  Park Fields in Parkgate Neston has been recogni...

Friends organise Cowfield Grass Cut - July 12th 2019

 

The “Friends of Park Fields” are working to raise money to enable the hedge between Wood Lane and Park Fields to be properly laid. 

The Plan: After seeking expert advice, the best solution for the hedge would be that it is professionally laid along the entire length ov...

June 23, 2019

The Latest Buzz from the Friends !

Very Beefitting

The Friends are celebrating success in the recent national Bees Needs Awards. There is always a buzzfrom getting awards, and we have been busy bees- in a hiveof activity - for several months to gain this particular one....

September 28, 2018

All members are kindly invited to attend this year Annual General Meeting. There will be some very important announcements we look forward to seeing you. 

If you are interested in joining the committee please let us know. 

September 22, 2018

The next stage in our plan was to create habitat for our VIP visitors, hence the creation of our Bee Hotel!

Globally there are more honey bees than any other pollinating insects, making them the most important pollinator of food crops.  

In the UK we have 25 native...

August 30, 2018

The FOPF committee have arranged for a local farmer to cut the field for silage. An annual grass cut and removal is very important to achieve the establishment of the meadow. It reduces the fertility of the soil which increases the chances of wild flowers and other gra...

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Wood Lane Hedge Project plan B! – Jan 2020

February 18, 2020

Dear Members and guests

This is my first year of having the honour of being Chairman of the FOPF taking over from Brian Elias, its has been a great yea...

Bonfire night AGM ! - 5th November 730pm The Neston Cricket Club (now The Neston Club) Cranston Suite 7.30pm

November 3, 2019

We are really pleased to announce that we are making great progress towards hitting our target to raise enough money to allow the first stage of the H...

Hedge Laying Project - Appeal hits 50% Target in first few weeks

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