Reconnecting people and nature

We are the Friends of Alderman Kneeshaw Park.
A group of dedicated volunteers with a vision to connect with and engage the community.


Welcome to the Friends of Alderman Kneeshaw Park website. We are a group of dedicated volunteers with a passion for regenerating and reigniting the local passion for our beloved Park.

Working in partnership with you, the community, we will listen to your voice and ideas and strive to turn ideas into reality and create a place where everyone feels safe, families can grow and memories are made.

We will be growing our web presence alongside the plans for our Park taking you on the journey with us, so please do take the time to check back and stay updated.

To be added to our mailing list email us at:

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Our survey

Our survey

We’re working hard as a group to formulate plans for the future of the Park and we need your help!

We have created an online community survey so you can tell us what you think of the Park, along with what you’d like to see in the future and any improvements we can make.

We will keep the community updated on our plans and vision via our website.

Complete the survey

Big Garden Birdwatch

Big Garden Birdwatch

The Big Garden Birdwatch by the RSPB will take place across the UK from 28-30th January.

We’d like to encourage the community to use our Park to join in. As a conservation charity, the RSPB depend on your support to save nature and to look after places where wildlife can thrive. By taking part in Big Garden Birdwatch, you can also make a difference. Wherever you are, whatever you see, it counts!

Simply visit our Park between 28-30th January and use the pack provided by the RSBP to spot a whole host of birds.

You can download the pack here, or sign up via the RSPB website to receive a copy in the post.

There is more information and guidance on the RSBP website.

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Christmas Event

Halloween Event

Our wonderful community came together on Friday 29th October and made our family Halloween event a reality.

We’d like to thank all those members of the community who supported and made this possible. View the news story and images here.

Thank you to:

    New Foundations Care
    The University of Hull
    East Hull Community Farm
    Hull City Council
    Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
    Time Bank Hull and East Riding

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