Tag Archives: Conrad Brunner

Volunteers: We Need You

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Can you lend us a hand? You can see a list of volunteer activities below, or download the Full Volunteer Schedule here. 

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Waiting For The Swifts

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  Take a visit to the Clock Tower in Queen’s Park. Admire its noble form and elegant brickwork, then close your eyes and use your ears. You will hear birdsong, specifically the unmistakeable sound of the Swift.

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A New Queen’s Park By 2017?

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The first steps towards a major upgrade in the infrastructure of Queen’s Park have been taken with the announcement this week of a formal public consultation to start in summer 2014.

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The Wild Garden: History, Nature, Community

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Until 1987, the Wild Garden was just another patch of inner city grassland, largely unchanged since the park’s last major refurbishment in 1892 (it was first laid out in 1825).

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