Friends of the Park are community groups made up of people who have an interest in our parks and how they are managed.

What do they do?

Friends of the Park groups work in partnership with us to maintain our parks to a high standard and continue to develop to meet the needs of the community.

The groups help with park related projects, organise community events, contribute to management decisions and help raise funding for improvements and new facilities.

Who can join?

Anyone can join and give as much or as little time as they want to help maintain our parks to a high standard.

Which parks have groups?

The following parks have Friend of the Park groups:

  • Avenham and Miller Park
  • Moor Park
  • Ashton Park
  • Haslam Park
  • Grange Park

How to become a member

You can become a member of a Friends of the Park through the following ways:

Follow on social media

Keep up to date with news, events and meeting details by following the Friend of the Park groups on social media:

Map addresses for parks in Preston

Avenham Park, South Meadow Lane, Preston, PR1 8JT
Moor Park, Preston, PR1 6AS
Haslam Park, Bristow Avenue, Ashton, Preston, PR2 1JE
Ribbleton Park, Off New Hall Lane, Preston, PR1 5XE
Ashton Park, Pedders Lane, Ashton, Preston, PR2 1HL
Grange Park, Mitton Drive, Ribbleton, Preston, PR2 6EN