Sump (sŭmp) A low-lying place, such as a pit, that receives drainage. Soakaway (səʊkəˌweɪ) - a pit filled with rubble, etc, into which rain or waste water drains With the heavy rains this winter lasting into spring, the path by ... Read More
Despite the wet, windy and shall we say brisk weather recently, the park has been displaying all sorts of spring finery, from the copper beech leaves to the orange blossoms of the Berberis Darwinii.And it looks like the restrictions due ... Read More
A rainy day like today makes us appreciate the Park in our minds although we may not actually be strolling around in the wind and gales. However, it's a great time to sit down at the old computer screen and ... Read More
Winter is coming. The park has been shrouded in mist for a few mornings recently, and the squirrels and jays are hoarding food for the hard times ahead. So industrious are they, that one wonders if they know it will ... Read More
“Glory be to God for dappled things -For skies of couple-colour as a brinded cow;For rose-moles all in stipple upon trout that swim;Fresh-firecoal chestnut-falls; finches' wings;Landscape plotted and pieced -fold, fallow, and plough;And all trades, their gear and tackle and ... Read More
Are there pips in the park...in the dark? As you may already know, pip is short for Pipstrelle, the most common kind of bat species in the UK, whose names range from Alcathoe to Whiskered. (1) Catherine describes how pips ... Read More
Even with the threat of coronavirus, we can still enjoy strolls (carefully distanced) in the park to admire the spring finery. Forsythia along Elms Road and Magnolia near Buckingham Road Primroses along the Peel Moat Road path Pink Camellia along ... Read More
You may wonder what the Friends get up to, besides organising and running popular annual events: Carols in the Park, the Easter Egg Hunt, Teddy Bear’s Picnic as well as and holding a monthly Garden in the Park Day. What ... Read More
Authors: Krysia and Catherine Well... It gave us the woodpecker… Many residents of the Heatons use the park every day – to walk their dogs, to play bowls, to listen to and observe the birds, to let their children play, ... Read More
Australia would envy the rainfall in the park this winter, but some great days during this winter season include - Carols in the Park was big success on 21 December 2019, with Besses o' th' Band and Do Your Thing ... Read More
This article from the i newspaper concerns a a study carried out by the University of Exeter and covering over 20,000 people from all walks of life. The results demonstrate that just two hours a week in an urban green ... Read More
With all the recent rain, it’s nice to look back at some of the lovely spring finery the park has shown off the last couple of months. As yo may know, the bedding plants and many other flowering plants are ... Read More
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