Tomorrow is our regular monthly gardening & litterpicking sessions. Green Sefton have made a start on turning the soil on the 4 rose beds. We’re hoping for lots of volunteers so we can do the middle bed and make a start on the large border. Many hands make light work – even if you can
What’s been happening with the gardening
Come along and help to improve YOUR local park…….many hands make light work – the more volunteers we have the more improvement we can make. All equipment & refreshments are provided. Meet at the Rose Gardens
Gardening & Litterpicking Session : 5 Aug 10am–11am (meeting by the rose garden). Come and join the Friends group. Help us improve the park by gardening and litterpicking. All equipment will be provided – and we’ll even provide refreshments!
On Tuesday 23rd September, Friends of Moorside Park committee members and volunteers were joined by 30th Crosby Beavers from All Saints Church Crosby, their leaders & helpers in a bulb planting event. The aim of the bulb planting with the Beavers was to earn a badge for the children. Help them work together, following instructions
The Park was visited by the North West in Bloom judges on 22nd July – we were entered in the “It’s Your Neighbourhood” category for the second year running. The group were visited by two environmental and horticultural ‘in Bloom’ expert judges to see the work thatthe Friends group have been doing in
Moorside Park, Crosby has been transformed into a wooly wonderland for the second year running. We installed the yarnbomb as part of our entry into North West in Bloom, the yarnbomb covers 8 trees and the noticeboard within Moorside Park. Yarnbombing is the latest craze for keen crafters,and is a form of street art