Norris Green Park

Getting by with a little help from our friends… of Norris Green Park

Established in 2018, Friends of Norris Green Park volunteer group are on the lookout for more people to come and get involved in improving the park. The group have lots of volunteering opportunities from litter picking & planting, painting signage, bins and benches, making pallet planters & seating, to helping to restore the old walled kitchen garden, sunken rose garden & old stables that belonged to the long-gone Norris Green mansion. There are also behind the scenes roles such as fundraising, social media admin, and blog writing, as well as lots of opportunities for suitably qualified people to deliver sports and other activities in the park.

At the moment, the group meets three times a week (Monday & Wednesday 10:00 – 13:00 and Saturday 10:00 – 15:00) but the days and session times will be extended later in the Summer when the new heritage centre and volunteer-led café open.

Regular volunteers can also access DBS checks, and training such as risk assessment, food safety L1, safeguarding children, mental health awareness, infection control and workplace health & safety.    All tools are provided, and free refreshments at the end of each session.

You can find more information on the FoNGP social media pages below, or get in touch by email  or mobile 07427 484 521 


Twitter: @NGPFriends



The group have also just finished a community podcast project – listen to the first four episodes throughout May 2021 on Spotify or Pocketcast 

One of our 10 Pandemic Pledges to help the people of Liverpool thrive over the next year is ‘The Great Outdoors‘.

We want a cleaner and greener Liverpool, so in the next 3 years will be spending up to £10 million making the city greener by investing in parks, green spaces and other areas to play and exercise in.

Investing in green space, trees, and protecting wildlife is vital in our efforts to tackle the impacts of climate change.

Lockdown has shown just how much we love and need our beautiful green spaces and clean air, so over the next year we will show our commitment to carbon reduction by 2030 through action, not talk. Visit to learn more.

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