Our 2021 Calendar is now out and on-sale at £8.50 as always. There is also an option to buy a calendar and a history book for £17.49. Free local delivery. Please order on-line if possible (if not email us and we may be able to arrange cash on delivery).…See More
"Another chance to see our new History Book. We will be selling them 2pm to 4pm on Bank Holiday Monday, 31st August, in The Grove, Alexandra Park between the Cafe and the bandstand base. (we can take card payments!)."
The Friends of Alexandra Park have published a new book, 'A History of Alexandra Park', written by Laura Mazur, with many photos and maps from the archives, as well as chapters on the wildlife in the park and the park's future. The book is a guide to the park and its colourful history stretching back to 1863. It takes the reader through the different and varied areas of…See More
This Sunday the market will be held at Campsbourne School 10am - 3pm. NHS staff and vulnerable people will have priority between 10am-11am. Strict social distancing will be in place. We recommend only one person per household visits to allow faster access for others too.See More
Alexandra Palace is CLOSED until further notice. More information here. Alexandra Park is still OPEN - ,but please keep dogs on lead and respect social distancing of 2 metres. "We're asking dog walkers using the Park to please keep dogs on their leads. This is to support social distancing…See More
The Park Contractors, John O'Conner, do a great job keeping on top of the litter. We try to clean up those difficult to access places. Meet at the Gas Hut (by the Bedford Road entrance) where you will be issued with a litter picker. In just a short time we should make a significant difference to the Park.See More
In July, London was declared the world's first National Park City. Our speaker Steve Pocock will explain what that means for us, our Park and our City. London is almost 50% green or blue from above, how can we help to keep and improve the green of our city? Joined up thinking between different ecologically minded groups together with volunteers, planners and government, for a start. To learn more, come to the talk.Join us for refreshments from 7:30pm with the talk starting at 8pm prompt. Space…See More
Trees and avenues: an autumnal look at formal planting in Alexandra Park.Adrian will lead the group beside the Pavilion car park to the avenue of planes by GoApe, then look at the lines of limes leading to the deer enclosure exit, before returning through the horse chestnuts that lead up to the Rose Garden. We would, of course look at other specimens en route, and talk a bit about how trees change in autumn.The idea will be to get people to think about why some areas have been planted formally…See More
Have you been holding onto a great picture of Alexandra Park?Please send it to the Friends of Alexandra Park for consideration.Send in your pictures of views, events and wildlife in the Park for next year’s calendar. They need to be landscape format…See More
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