Welcome to the Potters Fields Park blog. This is where we give you general news on what is happening on the park and you can hear from Albert the Pug, our head gardener’s dog. You can also subscribe to our quarterly newsletter at the bottom of the page to get regular updates.

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We need your feedback


How you experience the park is really important to us so we have created some surveys for you to feedback your views. We’d really appreciate if you can take a few minutes to fill out the two surveys below;

Survey on Potters Fields Park:

The Trust is also in the process of taking on the management of St John’s Churchyard park across the road. This is a great space and we’d love to find out how you use and perceive it. We plan to undertake some improvement works in the coming months so your input is much needed.

Survey on St John’s Churchyard:

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New wildlife section on the website

We’re pleased to announce a new section on our website for all the wildlife on the park. There is a whole host of wildlife in Potters Fields Park thanks to the naturalistic garden design with herbaceous perennial beds. We also try to encourage wildlife with bee hives, bird & bat boxes and are in the process of building an insect hotel. We have also recently planted a native bluebell meadow that will start to flower in April and will then seed this area with wildflower.

To find out more about the wildlife please visit the link below;

A recent survey of the park by the Ecology Consultancy found “Potters Fields Park supports an impressive array of species with four bumblebees in particular representing a rich fauna in the context of a managed park in an intensely urban area.”

We’re keen for users of the park to keep an eye out for the wildlife and let us know if you see anything interesting. Please email us pictures or post on our Facebook or Twitter pages. It is incredibly important that we maintain a healthy Biodiversity in the park, especially as we are in such a condensed urban area.

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