Friends of Littlemoor Park
• Secure the future use of the Park for its gifted purpose of a public park and recreation ground.
• Assist its Trustees (Bradford Council) in maintaining the grounds and pathways
• Reinstate the Parks nature trail Develop an education programme for local schools and groups to encourage use of the trail
• Monitor & Protect the wildlife and plant life
The Royal Meadow
**The park is safe! – for now… More work is needed to ensure that this situation does not happen again. As a group. our focus has always been to ‘Uncover, Restore and Protect’. This focus will remain in place and we will endeavour to protect this beautiful oasis for generations…
27th September 2018 We had spent over a year planning and waiting for the right time to create our Royal Meadow. The wildlife reports encourage an increase in biodiversity in the park and the trees, mostly planted at the same time were generally all falling at the same time too!…
Yoga in the park was wonderful! Hosted by the lovely Helen of Turtle Yoga, there were 2 free sessions on the day. WOuld you like more of this next summer?
Kate Lycett – Lost House Taken directly with permission from Kate Lycett website – you can visit more Lost houses here: Kate’s Web Site Littlemoor November 13, 2015 Kate Of all the lost houses, Littlemoor has seemed the most illusive. It was these two photos that captured my imagination: Littlemoor, or…
Our facebook page was intially setup for The Balsam Bash in the Park. However, we have recently changed the title to reflect the growing need for support. Please visit for news and views. Click here to open a new window
We are in year 3 now of clearing Himalayan Blasam from the Park. With the support of Bradford Council, this season we have sprayed the boundary of the Park to prevent the seeds from ‘leaping’ into the park. It took only 2 hours and 8 volunteers to clear the visible…