The Friends of Alexandra Park is a voluntary group, formed in 2006, with the aims of:
- promoting the use of Alexandra Park
- encouraging conservation of wildlife
- protecting the Park from unwanted development
The Alexandra Park Constitution in full.
The Friends of Alexandra Park are a group of local individuals who want to see the Park improved and
enjoyed by as many people as possible from across London and further
afield. Wherever possible we work with the Park Manager, Mark Evison,
and his maintenance team.
- We provide information – about the Park, its attractions and history – through leaflets, self-guided walks and the Information Centre in the Grove.
organise guided walks and talks – covering birds, bats, fungi, trees,
insects and history, and we liaise with others who organise similar
activities in the Park. See Previous events in the Park.
- The Friends of Alexandra Park represent the views of Park users to the Board of the Alexandra Park and Palace Charitable Trust, through a representative on the Board’s Consultative Committee, and we comment when appropriate on Planning Applications which affect the Park. See Park Issues.
- Our current membership, in 2014, is over 160 people. If you are interested in joining us, please see our Membership page.