Please help us to keep Hoylake and Meols Smiling with FLOWERS
The Friends of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom was formed in 2010 with the merging of two established groups ‘Hoylake in Bloom’ (2007) and ‘Friends of Hoylake & Meols Gardens & Open Spaces’ (2002). The combined Friends group aim is: To help Hoylake and Meols become a more beautiful place in which to live, visit, work, rest and play by planting and caring for the many floral displays in and around our villages, thus enhancing the environmnt for everyone to enjoy. To encourage the community to be involved in and help care for our parks and open spaces by improving their infrastructure, holding events and running tea rooms in them. To involve local businesses in the environment we all live in by sponsoring what we do and being involved in the community events we organise and hold in our parks and openspaces.
Welcome to the Friends of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom web site
2019/2020 Green Flag Awards We are please to announce that Queens Park and Parade Gardens have once again received the Green Flag Award for quality parks and green spaces. The picture shows the Friends volunteers receiving the Green Flag.
Friends volunteers receiving the Green Flag
Next volunteer date is Saturday 15h February 2020 General tidy up of Meols Parade Gardens with priority to the grasses bed - we are meeting by bowling greens at 9am, everyone welcome to come along and help look after our parks (no tools needed as all provided) Click Volunteer tab for all dates
Friends volunteers in Parade Gardens Friends volunteers with their North West in Bloom awards
Below is a picture of some of the Friends volunteers displaying their 2018 North West in Bloom Awards: Best Newcomer Award and A Silver Guilt Award
Helping the Village Smile
2020 Events (click on event for more information) 16th February 2020 - Snowdrop walk in Queens Park 13th June 2020 - Friends Annual Fundraising Garden Party 20th June 2020 Queens Park Dog Show
The Friends of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom was formed in 2010 with the merging of two established groups ‘Hoylake in Bloom’ (2007) and ‘Friends of Hoylake & Meols Gardens & Open Spaces’ (2002). The combined Friends group aim is: To help Hoylake and Meols become a more beautiful place in which to live, visit, work, rest and play by planting and caring for the many floral displays in and around our villages, thus enhancing the environmnt for everyone to enjoy. To encourage the community to be involved in and help care for our parks and open spaces by improving their infrastructure, holding events and running tea rooms in them. To involve local businesses in the environment we all live in by sponsoring what we do and being involved in the community events we organise and hold in our parks and openspaces.
Welcome to the Friends of Hoylake and Meols in Bloom web site
2019/2020 Green Flag Awards We are please to announce that Queens Park and Parade Gardens have once again received the Green Flag Award for quality parks and green spaces. The picture shows the Friends volunteers receiving the Green Flag.
Friends volunteers receiving the Green Flag
Next volunteer date is Saturday 15h February 2020 General tidy up of Meols Parade Gardens with priority to the grasses bed - we are meeting by bowling greens at 9am, everyone welcome to come along and help look after our parks (no tools needed as all provided) Click Volunteer tab for all dates
Friends volunteers in Parade Gardens Friends volunteers with their North West in Bloom awards
Below is a picture of some of the Friends volunteers displaying their 2018 North West in Bloom Awards: Best Newcomer Award and A Silver Guilt Award
Helping the Village Smile
Please help us to keep Hoylake and Meols Smiling with FLOWERS