Photo of an organised walk in Meade Park led by local ecologist Rupert Higgins.

Successful ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ in Meade Park

Local residents joined the Friends of Meade Park on Saturday August 17th for an informative and enjoyable look at wildlife in Meade Park. Led by local ecologist Rupert Higgins, the group discovered dragon flies, butterflies, shield bugs, ladybirds, hoverflies, snails and bugs of all kinds going about their business in the park. Easily overlooked, these little creatures are essential to

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Photo of a new picnic bench in Meade Park.

Meade Park friends news in October

October was a busy month for the Friends of Meade Park group with the official formation of a committee and a new picnic bench being installed in the park. On Tuesday 16th October, the Friends group held a meeting at Little Stoke Youth and Community Centre where a new and functioning committee was set up and terms of reference adopted.

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Photo of Jenny James (centre) with some of the local residents who took part in a recent litter pick in the park.

Friends of Meade Park group revived

When local resident Jenny James discovered that the group known as the Friends of Meade Park no longer existed, she decided to revive it. As someone who regularly walks through the park, she felt it was important to have a group of people who monitor and take care of the green space, alongside Stoke Gifford Parish Council. Jenny began by

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