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Action days restart

The Friends have tentatively restarted meeting on the first Saturday of the month to do a litter pick and other routine tasks, such as tidying the wild flower beds and pruning wayward brambles near the perimeter fence. We meet at … read more

Cancelled AGM

We were not able to hold an AGM this year because of Covid-19. Other group Friends’ activities were also curtailed, although individuals have continued to pick up the increased amounts of litter and do routine maintenance around the park.

Park to be locked at night

The park is now closed to cars from 6.30pm to 9am following problems caused by people driving into the park at night, and suspected illegal activity.

New viewpoint

The redesigned viewpoint opened in time for visitors to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Bath bathed in the summer sunshine.

This year’s Picnic in the Park has been cancelled

It is with great sadness that we have taken the decision to cancel Picnic in the Park this year because of the ongoing problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. We have already pencilled in next year’s date though – Sunday … read more

Seeding Day cancelled

Owing to the spread of Covid-19, we have no option but to cancel the Wild Flower Seeding event on Saturday 4th April. We are sorry not to involve local families this year, but we have taken the Chief Medical Officer’s … read more

The viewpoint is getting a makeover

Access to the main viewpoint is currently limited as work continues to improve the landscaping and seating and make it more accessible. The work should be finished by the end of March.

Wild flower seeding day

Subject to Covid – 19 updates. Watch this space.

Children’s playground reopens.

Alexandra Park is now the first public park which the Council has equipped specifically to allow children of all abilities to play together in one play area.   The upgrade introduces three new pieces of accessible play kit that can be used … read more

Special planting day – we need you!

We are planting a new area of flowering shrubs which will produce berries and fruit, with the aim of increasing diversity and attracting more birds, insects and other wildlife to the park. A chance to do your bit for the … read more