- Celebrate your favourite parks for Love Parks Week
Celebrate your favourite parks for Love Parks Week
09 July 2015
Now in its ninth year, Love Parks Week is the annual
celebration of our countries' fantastic green spaces and the
community groups that bring them to life. As part of the
celebrations, there will be hundreds of events and activities
throughout the week (24 July - 2 August).
Events range from open-air theatre, to outdoor fitness
sessions; children's activities to garden parties and much more.
The diversity of events mirrors the range of uses our parks are put
to through the year, and showcase all the activities that can be
enjoyed in green spaces.
Keep Britain Tidy's Love Parks team will be launching the week
on 24 July with an event at Valentine's Mansion and Gardens in
Ilford, Essex. All are welcome to come along for this free day of
activities, find out more
or find other events closer
Want to get involved?
- Click here to search for your nearest event or browse
events in your area.
- Tell friends, family or colleagues about Love Parks Week and
events they might be interested in. You can download a pdf of
events in your area.
- If you are planning events during Love Parks Week, upload your events to the Love Parks
website to help spread the word.
- Why not create a digital postcard to share and
help spread the word about your event, group, green space and Love
- Its not too late to organise an event or activity. You can
also download poster templates and guidance to
help your event.
Love Park's manager Anthea Thomas said, "This event will
be a real celebration of parks and a fantastic kick-off event for
Love Parks Week. We are really excited about the hundreds of events
that are being organised all around the country to celebrate Love
Parks Week. And we would like to thank all the community groups,
councils and members of the public who have embraced and supported
the Love Parks campaign."
Although Love Parks Week is the largest annual celebration,
the Love Parks campaign runs year round. Love Parks supports
Friends groups, shares best practise, provides training and
resources, promotes parks, campaigns on important issues and much
more. Register with Love Parks
and browse the
website for more details of how Love Parks can help you, your group
and your park.