Earth Hour 2024

Earth Hour is back! Join us for this magical drop in lantern event on the 23rd March between 6.30 and 8.30pm at Boultham Lake.

Nature Photography Walk

On the 27th October, join Steve Lovell on a Nature Photography Walk around Boultham Park and the surrounding areas from 10-12pm. Steve will lead you on a beautiful nature walk and help you to explore the medium of photography, costing £4.50 per person.

Bird ID Walk

On the 24th October Steve Lovell will be leading a Bird ID Walk around Boultham Park and the surrounding areas from 10-12pm. This walk has been created especially for the beginner/intermediate bird watcher, and cost £4.50 per person.

Mindfulness Workshops

Join Dr Sands every Tuesday throughout October for some Autumn Mindful Doodling and Clay sessions 11 till 12.30pm at just £3.50 a sessions. Limit spaces are available so please reserve your spot to avoid dissapointment.

Yoga Sessions

Join Yoga May in mind, body and soul during an all-level yoga practice throughout the colder months, 5.30-6.30pm every Thursday at the Lincoln and District Indoor Bowling Club on Hall Drive, LN6 7SW. Please note there is a small free of £3.50 per session, and participants are asked to bring their own mat and towels if needed.

Green Flag 2023

We are so proud to be able to say we have once again received the Green Flag award! We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has put in the time and hard work to achieve this award.

Thank you ERDF

The European Regional Development Fund has generously committed almost £200,000 to the project, helping to deliver works with a biodiversity focus, including tree works, planting, water quality and lake edge / island edge improvements. We are very thankful for their help in delivering our project.

Summer Fair

Boultham Park’s Summer Fair is back on the 8th and 9th of July, with a flypast from the Lancaster Bomber and a Dog Show as part of the Mayor’s Picnic!

Mindful Doodling

We are delighted to offer 2 new dates for you to come and try mindful doodling for free in a wonderfully welcoming, kind, happy and friendly place.

The Memorial Garden

A group of wonderful volunteers spent three days clearing the Memorial Garden opposite St Helens Church over the past couple of weeks. The initiative came from the County Council’s volunteer scheme headed by Lucy Russon, County Councillor Kev Clarke encouraged BPAG to apply for their support in clearing the garden and as can be seen in the pictures we were successful.

Al Brooks with the City Council’s volunteer group helped coordinate the work. It’s great when like minded people and organisations work together for the greater good of the community.

Many thanks to everyone involved.

Now the hard work starts as we need the support of local residents to keep it cleared.

(Please contact Al Brooks on 01522 873458 if you are able to help)

Robert Pitchford. Chairman BPAG.