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Friends of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom

Welcome to The Friends of Queens Park web pages ( Friends of Queens Park is a  sub group of The Friends of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom) Whose aim is to care for all aspects of Queens park Parade Gardens Home Volunteer Village Home Queens Park Home Contact us

The infrastructure of Queens Park has been neglected for many years. The concrete and timber seating around the bowling green were crumbling and unusable. The four double sets of gates were severely rusted and no longer operated.

Thanks to a grant from West Wirral constituency fund and donations we were able to restore all the gates and replace all the bowling green benches.



 After the success of the Friends first dog show, their second one is on Sunday 31st July 2016 - see below




Each year Wirral Festival of Firsts comes to Hoylake with a great Parade followed by a festival afternoon in Queens ark, Hoylake.

We invited local school children to come and help us plant over 1000 daffodil bulbs in Queens Park. They are around the bowling green and along the main path. They should look brilliant in the spring.



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Thank you to the many local businesses that help our village and parks smile.

This can range from donating cakes for the garden party, supplying raffle prizes,

purchasing play items to donations.







See 2015 Festival HERE


See 2016 Festival HERE


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If you would like to go on the Friends volunteer email list and help the village and parks smile, that would be great. It does not mean you are expected to volunteer for everything we do. We all have busy lives, if you can help, great, if not maybe next time.

Friends creating a new Nepeta hedge

The Friends have totally restored Queens Park playground with many new play items. Our thanks to local businesses for grants and donations.





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Together with Hoylake and West Kirby bowling club the tea room has been restored and is now when Volunteers available.




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Another first for Queens Park  in 2015 was “The Off The Ground Theatre Company” performing an outdoor play “The Musketeers”. In 2016 they will be performing “Zorro”.




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 Hoylake Holy Trinity Primary School Environmental Club' have been designing pictures to ask people to please pick up their dogs' poo in our parks and open spaces.




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Children were invited to Build a Bug House in Queens Park, Hoylake. We were delighted with the turnout and the children's enthusiasm for Bugs!




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In 2015 Queens Park received the Green Flag award for the first time in its history. This has been down to the Friends volunteers improving the park with support from the local community, council and businesses.



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On June 12th 2016 the Queen arrived by the Royal car to attend The Big Lunch the Friends held to celebrate the Queens 90th birthday.

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The Friends are grateful to the Local History group of Hoylake U3A for compiling a history of Queens Park  as part of the Green Flag accreditation for the park.


The full history is available to read HERE








See 2015 Dog Show HERE


See 2016 Dog Show HERE


   See 2017 Dog Show HERE   


 WE ARE SORRY TO SAY THAT FOR REASONS OUTSIDE OUR CONTROL THIS YEARS DOG SHOW IS CANCELLED






 

 Please help us to keep Hoylake and Meols villages, parks and stations smiling with Flowers

Donate for the flowers Privicy Policy

On the 2nd June 2018, a First in Queens Park:-


PROMS IN THE PARK

A wonderful evening or songs from the musicals and Proms classics. For some great pictures of the evening,


Please click HERE




To follow on from Proms in the Park, on the 3rd June we held a:


CHILDREN’S DISNEY PROMS

An afternoon of Disney favourites with Mickey & Minnie popping in followed by a Disney parade around the park.

Click HERE  for more pictures

When in Queens Park, check out the new Toad stool houses for Sonic and his Hedgehog friends

With our parks and open spaces under threat as never before there is now a Parks Charter. You can see the Charter HERE or for more detailed information please visit www.parkscharter.org.uk