April and Easter Holidays Eco Activities at Boston Manor Park!

Take a look at some of the amazing weekly activities you can get involved in over the month of April at Boston Manor Park. There are also some brilliant events to keep the whole family entertained over the upcoming Easter holidays!

Weekly Activities

Conservation volunteering – every Tuesday, 10 – 12.30pm

Meet main park lawn, in front of the Manor House. There’ll be an additional Conservation Volunteering event on Thursday 31 March with The Conservation Volunteers, 10 – 15.30 (but you don’t have to stay for the whole day if you want to leave earlier) – you need to book the Thursday session using this link.


Bird Walk  Saturday 2 April, 08.30 – 10am

 Meet at the park entrance on Boston Gardens (by the north end of the lake).


Weekly Community Walk: every Friday, 10 – 11am 

Meet outside the Manor House on Boston Manor Road. Take a relaxed, healthy and social walk through the park – simply for the fun of it! Led by local volunteers. Please book your free place via Eventbrite.


Easter Holidays

Great British Spring Clean litter-picking event – Saturday 2 April, 10.30 – 1pm 

Held with LAGER Can (Litter Action Group for Ealing Residents), who have kindly offered their help over the borough boundary to help clean up the park especially along the riverside and on Clitheroe’s Island.

Please let Vanessa Hampton know if you are coming as they will need to know numbers to provide you with litter picking kit.


Yoga in the park – Monday 4 April, 2pm

For 14 yrs and over, own mat required – a free taster yoga session run by Terri Yoga taking place in the woodland clearing in the park. Book your place here.


Plants and trees – Folklore and practice – Friday 8 April, 2pm – Plants and trees

A free walk and talk with Andrea Bugari (meet on the main lawn by the Manor House). Booking required, please email Vanessa Hampton to book your place. Andrea will take you on a fascinating, guided walk in the park to look at the ethnobotany of selected plants and trees. Ethnobotany is the study of the interrelationship between people and plants, historically and cross-culturally, particularly the role of plants in human culture and practices, how humans have used and modified plants, and how they represent them in their systems of knowledge and folklore.


Yoga in the parkSunday 8 May at 12pm

For 14 yrs and over, own mat required – a free taster yoga session run by Terri Yoga taking place in the woodland clearing in the park. Book your place here.


Forest School taster sessions- multiple dates

Saturday 9 April, 10.00 – 11.30, Toddler and Family Forest School – £5 per child

Sunday 10 April, 10.00 – 12.00, Children only Forest School – £10 per child, sibling discount

Sunday 10 April, 2pm – 5pm, Family Forest School – £15 for family of 2 or 3, £20 for family of 4 or 5

Booking required. Please email Vanessa Hampton to book a session (state which one) with names of all family members attending and ages of the children.  


Spring Nature Walk – Thursday 14 April, 10am

A free walk and talk, no booking required. Take a relaxed walk with Vanessa to see what plants and wildlife we can find in springtime at Boston Manor Park.

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