ST THOMAS PLEASURE GROUNDS - BLOG
For full details about this green space please click here. This blog is dedicated to the St Thomas Pleasure Grounds and what makes it such a great place. If you've had the pleasure of visting this green space please take the time to add a comment. Whether you are a local who visits the green space frequently or a single visit - your comments are very much appreciated.
If you do spot any interesting wildlife please also add this to the comment. This could be something as small as a caterpillar or as large as a bird. Don't forget other important nature such as wild flowers, lichen and fungi. Also making a note of any newly planted trees (or felled ones) is equally as important.
This is my local park so I often pop by to study the trees and have a slow walk around. It's nice to see newly planted trees and interesting species such as the Foxglove tree. The Pride of India tree is a lovely little tree and really adds character to this already great park.
The Birch tree directly outside the play area is not looking in great shape. Several fruiting bodies of honey fungus at the base in Autumn 2022. A Birch along the side leading up to the play area was also recently removed due to decline. Pending replacement info from the ECC.
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