DISCOVER PATCHWAY - GREEN SPACES MAP
Discover Patchway is your outdoor guide to Patchway. The map shows the parks, playgrounds, nature areas, allotments and other outdoor spaces that you can discover and enjoy. It offers suggestions of activities, plus routes for you to walk, cycle, skate or wheel between the various green spaces.
If you would like a copy of the map they can be found at lots of community spots, including Coniston Community Centre, Patchway Town Council, Patchway Library, The Hub and many more. If you think they should be available somewhere else or if you visit a drop off point and see they have run out then please let us know and we will top them up.
If you would like to get involved with green spaces in Patchway in any way, then please contact Ellen on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01454 868 570
Help us to create a greener Community
The Green Spaces project works to make the green spaces of Patchway beautiful and useful.
Would you like to get involved? There are plenty of opportunities. Get in touch with Ellen: email@example.com 01454868570
Throughout March and April, we are in the running to win a grant of up to £5000 from Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Find out how you can help us here.
At the moment we work at four different places:
- This community garden is open for everyone to come and join in at every Friday from 10am-12pm.
- We are growing fruit, veg, herbs and flowers.
- It’s a great place to meet new people, have a cup of tea and learn from each other about looking after a garden.
- New people are always welcome and we share everything we grow.
- Tools and gloves are provided, but please wear sturdy shoes.
Do you live close to The Parade and want to help make it look beautiful? Join us on Wednesdays from 3.30-4.30, everyone is welcome to come along and help.
It will be an opportunity to meet your neighbours and to create a greener area.
If you are busy, then why not just have a look when you’re popping to the shop.
The young people at the youth centre work really hard to look after their garden and most of all enjoy eating what they have grown.
Would you like to join the Patchway Youth Centre Garden?
Come along to a Youth Centre session for your age group or contact us for more details:
Lori Ramsay: firstname.lastname@example.org 01454868570
This Pocket Park on Arlingham Road was designed by the residents of Alringham Road and is looked after by them too.
Feel free to pop down and have a look at the new playground and wild flower areas when you get the chance.
If you're a resident of Arlingham and want to get involved please contact Ellen: email@example.com
We also run Community Learning Grow Your Own Courses. More info on the next course coming soon…
Would you like to have more information about our current training courses? Take a look at our training page or contact us training@ southernbrooks.org.uk/ 01454868570
Postcode Local Trust is a grant giving charity entirely funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery. Our project received funding from the Trust so we can fund our Green Spaces project. It makes a difference in our communities by creating greener and enjoyable spaces, where we also grow food and bring people together.
For more information about the Postcode Local Trust visit:
To play the People's Postcode Lottery for a chance to win money while raising money for community projects visit: