We love Hamworthy Park. Help us promote and protect our Park for the benefit of our local community.
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 …
Hamworthy Hedgehog rescue are back to give you some autumn advice on all things “hedgehog”. Hibernating or just sleeping? Hedgehogs are one of the few mammals that are true hibernators. Hibernation is a complicated and often perilous energy conservation strategy. It is not just ‘going to sleep’. In sleep, all bodily functions remain nearly normal. …
“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