Friends of Williamson Park

The Friends Garden in bloom

The Friends Garden in bloom

The Friends of Williamson Park is a registered charity whose objectives are to support Lancaster City Council in the management of the park, by helping to:

  • Maintain and improve the park - its gardens, natural areas, historic features, play areas and buildings
  • Improve accessibility and promote the use of the park for everyone

Who we are

The Friends of Williamson Park are people of all ages with a variety of skills and interests from gardening to zookeeping, wall repairs to wildlife, fundraising to having fun. 

Anyone with an idea on how to improve the Park may see their inspiration turned into a reality by the Friends. Past projects have included creating a new woodland play area, restoring the Cascade, setting up a bird nest box scheme and feeding station, creating the Friends Garden.

Friends of Williamson Park Garden Sign
The Friends Garden

What we do

Everyone is welcome to the monthly meetings, an ideal way to meet the Friends, swap ideas, and hear what the Park Manager is planning.  For people who like to get their hands dirty there are regular two hour work sessions on Mondays and Thursdays between 10am and 12, followed by a cuppa. 

There are lots of other ways the Friends can help fitting in with their interests and time, such as by looking after the bird feeding station and monitoring bird box use, helping in the zoo, stewarding at park events, fundraising, social media, photography, or just by chatting to people about the park.

Membership

Join us and help us to look after Williamson Park. Membership costs just £5 a year or £12.50 for three years. Ask for a form at the Williamson Park shop, or email us at membership@parkfriends.co.uk.

If you would like to give a donation to the Friends of Williamson Park or set of a regular direct debit for donations then please email treasurer@parkfriends.co.uk or call 01524 33318.

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Friends of Williamson Park Ragwort
Removing Ragwort from the meadow.

 


Last updated: 09 April 2018