We want to make Westgate Parks into a very special riverside recreation area for residents and tourists, without council taxpayers having to pick up a big bill.
We can do this by winning a £700,000 Heritage Lottery Fund 'Parks for People' grant. And we need your help.
Stone Age families once roamed across this swathe of tree-fringed greenery which creates a little used recreation area between the river and Rheims Way. Read more
Exciting plans for a massive makeover are a highlight for Toddlers Cove, which was once a mecca for families with young children – and can be again. Read more
Please let us know what you think about our ideas – and why not share with us your memories and nostalgic pictures of these parks. Lynette Coleman let us have the 1959 picture of Toddlers Cove, above, and recalls some magical childhood memories.
There are so many ways you can help – and if you want to get more actively involved you can join the Friends. Read more
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We need your help to put Westgate Parks in the picture. We already have a selection of pictures which illustrate just how lovely – and interesting – our parks are.
We would love to put your pictures on this web site too. Read more