Tag: Radford Park

Radford Arboretum Park Volunteers – Newsletter No 1

July 25, 2017 | By | 2 Replies More
Radford Arboretum Park Volunteers – Newsletter No 1

The Radford Arboretum Park Volunteers had an excellent turn out for our first Volunteer Day on 22nd July 17, in the Park with 38 people in three areas clearing pathways of litter, brambles and fly tipping. The group at the Beckly Centre made huge inroads into creating more parking spaces in the park’s only car […]

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Big Turnout for Radford Beach Clean

April 13, 2014 | By | 3 Replies More
Big Turnout for Radford Beach Clean

A big thank you to everybody that turned up and helped with the beach clean and litter pick on Saturday 14th April 2014, We had approximately 35-40 enthusiastic local residents who gave up their free time, to clean Hooe Lake foreshore, Radford Lake, the Quarry and Radford Park of litter and junk. There was a […]

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Annual Radford Park Arboretum Walk and Talk – 15th May

March 25, 2013 | By | Reply More
Annual Radford Park Arboretum Walk and Talk – 15th May

This year the Radford Heritage Group have linked up with Plymouth Tree Partnership to hold a  Walk, Talk and Coffee Evening on Wednesday, 15th May, 2013, starting at 6.30pm at the Beckly Centre.  Everybody is welcome. Tickets available on the door at 50p. The evening starts with a guided walk around Radford Park Arboretum to show what […]

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Radford Park to be handed back to the Council?

January 7, 2010 | By | 1 Reply More
Radford Park to be handed back to the Council?

You may have read in the  Herald  (6th January 2010) that the Civic Society was passing the Radford Park Arboretum over to the City Council. “It looks like all our good work is going to come to an end, Mr Fenn said. Most of our members are in their late 70s or early 80s and […]

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Radford Arboretum a Short Guide

January 5, 2010 | By | Reply More
Radford Arboretum a Short Guide

Situated in what was the North Park of Radford House, Plymstock, home to the Harris family from Tudor times and later to their Bulleel successors, is one of Plymouth’s most beautiful parks where a fine Arboretum has been established. Due to the collapse of  the Harris Bank the house was sold in 1917 and sadly […]

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