Friends of Bridgford Park                      Helping to improve the park for all the community                      




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Welcome to the Friends of Bridgford Park.

      The Friends of West Bridgford Park aim to promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and social environment of Bridgford Park and Bridgfield for the local community and its wildlife.

      Bridgford Park is situated it the middle of West Bridgford  a small urban town to the south of Nottingham alongside the River Trent.

We work closely with our partners at Rushcliffe BC, The Nottingham Wildlife Trust and Streetwise

     Everyone is welcome to join the Friends of Bridgford Park - if you would like further information please either email or phone.

Gate into Bridgford Park



About us

Park History
Tree Trail

Children's Tree Trail


Map of Park


Birds and Animals in the Park


Volunteers / Projects


How to Join the

New Members are always welcome, If  you would like to attend you are most welcome.

The next FOBP meeting is 14th Nov 2017 at The Test Match Pub at 7.00pm.

All are welcome please come along,

we are always looking for willing volunteers to help with projects around the Park.

If you would like  to help in the future, contact us via email :

or to our  FOBP Secretary:-

or Tel 0115 9816646

or click Volunteer Projects above.








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Tree Trail Opening Ceremony

The Tree Trail was opened by  Nottinghamshire County Councillor, Mr. Steve Calvert, and Councillor Sue Plant and Mr. Eddie Fearon, of Rushcliffe Borough Councillor.

Teachers and Children from West Bridgford Junior School also took part.

The Chair of the Friends of Bridgford Park spoke on behalf of the Friends and thanked  the Councillors and Children for attending the opening.

See the West Bridgford Wires article on the Tree Trail Launch.

 here: Tree Trail Launch




 FOBP members, Lark in the Park



                                        Bridgford Park's New story telling area
The New Bridgford Park storytelling area has been officially opened.

The Friends of Bridgford Park and Rushcliffe BC work to provide  the local community play facilities to encourage outdoor learning.


See the West Bridgford Wires article here: Storytelling Area


The Adult Tree Trail was opened in May 2013  - The Map can be viewed at the Main entrance to the Park of Central Ave.


There has alson been 30+ Large specimen trees planted in Bridgfield.

The summer Meadow Blue Butterfly Interpretation Board
FOBP members at the Lark in the park
Is that someone watching me !!

Bridgfield Wild Flower Meadow - Blue Butterfly Scheme

Bridgford Park Tree Trail Information Board

West Bridgford Hall and Park