There is a comprehensive guide to drawing up the management plan for a green space, at the webarchive: here This 48-page guide from CABE explains what the Green Flag awards […]
These examples, kindly provided by the friends, show that you need to think carefully about the wording of the questions you submit. The authority can decline to answer them if […]
Litter Innovation Fund WRAP is happy to announce Round 2 of the Litter Innovation Fund (LIF). A £450,000 programme, funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) […]
researchers from the Department of Landscape will question every Local Authority in England to find out how the management and maintenance of parks and green space in cities has changed in the context of austerity.
A permanent page about litter in parks and recycling is now under the Managing Green Spaces section of the web site. If you have any suggestions other Friends Groups would […]
These are some notes on what is looked for, when evaluating a green space for a Green Flag award: “Any green space that is freely accessible to the public and […]
Tree Party Time (link to their website) Tea with a Tree is an event that the Woodland Trust use to raise money for their good work. The Woodland Trust planted […]
Dear LFGN, Please see attached explaining the winter daffodil planting and success of it this spring to brighten up an area of Mitcham for both staff and children attending Cranmer […]
www.natfedparks.org.uk The National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces (NFPGS) is the umbrella organisation representing and amplifying the voices of the movement of over 6,000 local Friends Groups throughout […]
Today is the last day to give views on changes to the Heritage Lottery Fund’s grants system, which is ending Parks for People Grants, as more than 200,000 people sign a petition calling for ring-fenced grants for parks.