Friends of Springfield Park

Thank you

Many thanks to the following organisations who we have been fortunate to work with. They have provided funding for activities or purchases that have been used to enhance the park, or have run activities for the benefit of our local community.  

Holiday Activities and Food Programme

Playmac, a Liverpool Charity, and HAF  have provided funding and resources for our local children to ensure that they eat healthily over the school holidays and that they are able to take part in engaging and enriching activities.  

The Veolia

The Veolia provided us with the funding for our amazing seesaw, the only one of its kind in Liverpool.

YES Coaching in our park is run by Chelsea and Stu.   They are experienced at working with young people from varied backgrounds and abilities in a diverse range of environments and sectors.  They have spent many evenings in the park getting to know the local youths tackling issues like anti-social behaviour, looking after our park and healthy eating to name a few topics.  

7th Fairfield Beavers, Cubs and Scouts

The beavers, cubs and scouts can often be seen in our park, working on the flower and vegetable beds and taking part in lots of fun activities.  You can find contact details on their Facebook page if you want more information. 

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West Derby Waste Lands Charity aims to improve the lives, health, welfare and general wellbeing of people within the West Derby Waste Lands area.


They provided the funding for our compost boxes.  


Minna Alanko-Falola, Chief Exec and Founder of Compost Works, looks after the boxes.  She is currently looking for a team of volunteers who can turn the compost over.  Contact her on 0781 6500 503 if you want to get involved. 

Strengthening Wellbeing Together ran a popular Nature Club for children and families in our park. Children and families enjoyed vegetable growing in the raised vegetable beds, forest school activities, nature crafts and more! .

BNB supports parents from pregnancy to when their children reach school age.  They ran forest school activities in our park allowing little ones to connect with nature


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Thanks to funding from the Physical Activity and Sports Development Dept, part of

Liverpool City Council and Lifestyles, we have a fabulous table tennis table in the park.