Welcome to the Friends Of Victory Park webpage!
and Facebook group ww.facebook.com/groups/victoryparkbrislington/

The aim of the group is simply to improve and protect the park for the benefit of everyone that uses it, children, young people, older people and YOU.

Victory Park in Brislington, Bristol was donated by Cooke-Hurle in 1920 to celebrate peace after the First World War.

image 2 of Victory Park

Today it is an oasis of calm in a busy part of Bristol. It is a wonderful open space, with a wealth of natural heritage, a popular playground, and three football pitches. Enclosed by beautiful fields, mature allotments and ancient hedgerows, the park has a semi-rural feel and is free for all to enjoy.A great place to walk and run, enjoy a picnic, and pick blackberries, the park is a haven for wildlife and is linked to nearby green spaces by a series of public footpaths.Victory Park is used by local residents, dog walkers, runners, footballers, walking groups, local schools, scout groups and people interested in the environment.

The Friends of Victory Park want to get more people using the park and enjoying it for what it is – a beautiful open space.

We have the following plans for improvements to the park

Refurbishment of the Dedication Plaque to repair the cracked and broken render – Autumn Winter 2021

Victory Park Active Travel Improvements – Autumn / winter 2021

Brislington Livable Neigbourhoods along with Greater Brislington Together as applying for a CIL grant to improve the access into Victory Park from bonneville Rd / Brislington Trading estate https://greaterbrislington.org/2021/03/victory-park-active-travel-improvements/

Community Garden with Raised Beds Target Spring 2022 – Build a community Garden of raised Beds by the School road entrance near the playground

Community Orchard late early in 2022 – plant a community orchard with one tree per child -bristol


wildlife Pond provisionally summer 2022 – we would like to create a clay lined nature/wildlife pond

if you have suggestions for improvements or would like to help please message us through Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/victoryparkbrislington/

Map of our Park showing our plans for improvement

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