We love Hamworthy Park. Help us promote and protect our Park for the benefit of our local community.
Sun01Apr201810:00 amHamworthy park, Poole, Dorset
Sunday, 1st April 2018. FoHP Easter Fayre. This will be run in conjunction with the Café’s Easter Egg Hunt.
Sat05May201810:30 amHamworthy park, Poole, Dorset
Our Park Spring Clean aims to bring our community together to clear up the litter before the summer begins!
Join our growing army of #LitterHeroes who have had enough of other people’s litter and are willing to do something about it.
Together we can make a difference and clean up the environment on our doorstep!
Please bring wellies and gloves! Everyone welcome!
Meet at 10.30am outside The Park Cafe.
Sun20May201810:00 amHamworthy park, Poole, Dorset
We are holding our Annual Plant sale in the area outside The Park Cafe on Sunday 20th May 2018 starting at 10.30am
If you have spare plants we would be extremely grateful for donations, please either bring them on the say or drop a message to the page and we'll organise a collection
Sat07Jul201812.00-16.00Hamworthy park, Poole, Dorset
Date: Saturday 7th July, 12pm to 4pm
Open for traders at 9.30am
No trader car movements during Fete 11.30am to 4.15pm
Sat15Sep2018Hamworthy park, Poole, Dorset
Celebrate all things Hamworthy with a selection of local produce - jams and chutneys. Cakes and pies. Fruit and veg. Come on down and grab yourself a slice of the action.
Tue09Oct201810:00 amCoop - Blandford Road
The Friends will be in the foyer at the Coop on Blandford road on Tuesday 9th October. Pop in for all the latest park news, and to pick yourself up a 2019 FOHP calendar - Christmas cards will also be on sale - with new pictures! See you there.
Thu18Oct20186:30 pmHamworthy Library
The agenda for the meeting is to share news on the happenings in the park and update the Friends on various issues and projects including the latest news on the Paddling Pool project.
This will be followed by questions from the floor - this is your opportunity to ask questions, make suggestions, discuss ideas and help shape FOHP's direction for the autumn/winter period.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Sat03Nov201810:00 amSt Michael's Churchyard, Blandford Road
The Friends of Hamworthy park in association with volunteers from St
Michael's church are meeting to get the Churchyard and surrounding area clean and litter free in time for the remembrance service the following Sunday.
It's a chance to get out in the fresh air and meet people who share an interest in caring for the wonderful green space that comprises Cobbs Lane and St Micheal's Churchyard and wood.
Litter pickers and bin bags will be provided - please wear sensible shoes and bring a pair of gloves if you have them.
Sat10Nov201810:30 amHamworthy ParkAfter the success of last year's bulb planting, we are continuing with the work of planting bulbs for spring in Hamworthy Park.Come and join us on Saturday 10th November, 10-30 till 12-30.Children especially welcome with well-behaved adults! Come and make some memories and see your bulbs flower year after year.Please bring gloves and a trowel if you have them.
Sat24Nov2018St Edwards School, Oakdale
St Edwards School, Oakdale, Christmas Market Fair on Saturday 24th November. Selling calendars, Christmas cards and much much more!
Sat01Dec201810:00 amRigler Road
Friends of Hamworthy Park, in association with local residents, are combating the horrible litter problem along Rigler Road and in SIG Roofing car park and green space.
Meet at the entrance to the Power Station site, by Twin Sails Car Sales 10am.
Equipment provided by Borough of Poole.
Wrap up warm - it gets windy over this way! 🙂
Tue04Dec201810:30 amCoop, Blandford Road
The Friends will be in the foyer of Co-op, Blandford Road, available to talk about all the news from the park, as well as selling calendars, cards and the usual fundraising bits and pieces.
Pop by for a chat or grab yourself a 2019 park calendar!
Flower beds On Wednesday, the volunteers carried out the usual litter and dog poo picking. We also cleared the flower bed in front of the cafe of the ornamental grasses. This was because they were starting to smother the rose bushes. With this done, we could prune the roses that could not be reached last …
It’s been a week of high tides and winds! And as such, a great deal of sand and debris had been deposited on the promenade. If it is left on the promenade, it builds up and can make life difficult for wheelchairs, pushchairs and young children on their scooters. So, on Wednesday, two volunteers spent …
“I hope that the new park will be of benefit for all time to the people and particularly the children of Hamworthy”
— POOLE MAYORESS ON OPENING THE PARK, 1931