I am not Crosby born and bred having migrated here from South Liverpool via various other parts of the UK (London, Leicester, Preston to name a few places), before settling in Crosby and Trevor Drive (the side that backs onto the park). It was one of the attractions of the house when we viewed it,
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Don Stewart was one of the original 5 volunteers who came long to our gardening & litterpicking sessions, 4 years ago! He joined the committee in 2013, here is why he got involved with the group: My sons Mike and Pete both attended Forefield Infants and Junior Schools, walking to and fro across the park
I have lived in Crosby all my life (except for a couple of years when I gave London a try, which wasn’t for me – I missed the coast and all the green spaces!) I used the park regularly when I was growing up; walking to school and playing with friends. I have fond
Graham Hill I have lived overlooking Moorside Park for over 60 years and a great deal of my childhood was spent playing in the park under the watchful eyes of the “Parkie” and the gardeners. When my two daughters were born, they also were taken into the park and then when we got a Labrador
I use the park daily; meeting up with my friends, conker hunting and for circuit training. When I was in primary school, meeting with my friends happened almost every weekend. We preferred Moorside Park to Coronation Park and we would play football on the concrete 5 a-side pitch or on the grass. Conker hunting is