Visit the Friends of Millhouses Park contribution to the Christmas tree celebration at Millhouses Methodist Church and hunt the park-related decorations! Fabulous work by Friends members Kate, Jane, Catherine and Pete.
We have a couple of events coming up this Autumn, as always, all welcome.
On Saturday 15 October, 10.00-12.00, our Autumn clean up with the Rangers. The Rangers will be supplying any necessary equipment – meet at the cafe at 10.00 to join in.
On Saturday 5th November, 8:00 start, our Autumn bird watching walk with Pete Brown.
Meet at the foot of the steps into Millhouses Park at 8am. The leisurely walk through the park and back through part of Ecclesall Woods will last about a couple of hours. Pete has a number of pairs of binoculars to lend and all are welcome to take part.
We are holding another duck race at the fish pass this coming Sunday, 18 September, in support of Diabetes UK who are having an event in the park.
As always, the races are free, and we have prizes for first, second, third and last place each race.
The first race is at 12.30am, then 13.30, 14.30, and last race at 3.30pm. Select your ducks early to avoid disappointment!
We are getting ready for summer at Millhouses Park!
You may already have noticed the new steps leading from the boating lake to the river path, where the treacherous mud path was. These were built over two days by five FOMP volunteers and with great help from the Parks and Countryside Ranger Service.
Maintenance work has also been undertaken on the Watersplash, which is now all ready ready for some sun.
Finally the trim trail assault course is currently getting a much need revamp with artificial grass being added so hopefully no more muddy shoes!
For those wanting to know when the rain delayed Milly Jam will be, we have moved from Saturday to Sunday, see you all tomorrow!
Volunteers are welcome to join Friends of Millhouses Park on Saturday 14 May 10-2pm. We will be digging, weeding, sowing wild flowers seeds and planting herbs in the Sensory Garden between the tennis courts and the bowling green. Tools and gloves can be supplied but better to bring your own, particularly forks. Children very welcome.