Bute Park FAQs
In response to some repeated questions we get asked about Bute Park we would like to provide people with a ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ area on our website. We are currently compiling a list which we hope will be a helpful resource for all park users. If you have any questions you would like answered, or […]
Bute Park Plant Identification Challenge!
Think you can name all of the 20 plants pictured below as part of our identification challenge? Then come along to the Bute Park Education Centre between 12-3pm over the next week and have a go!
Dog steps completed!
The second set of dog steps into the Dock Feeder Canal have been completed! Built and installed by Keep Wales Tidy and volunteers, and funded by the Heritage Lottery through the Bute Park Restoration Project, these steps not only look great but also gap up large erosion points along the banks of the feeder which […]
Friends of Bute Park Autumn/Winter 2014/15 conservation tasks
Join the Friends of Bute Park for their Autumn/Winter 2014/15 conservation volunteer tasks on the following dates: November 22nd – Meadow creation raking grass cuttings and seeding Yellow Rattle to control future grass growth December 20th – Clear sycamore saplings on the flood protection bank in Blackweir to create more light for ground flora January […]
Bute Park pumpkin-carving event success!
On Wednesday 29th October Pettigrew Tea Rooms hosted a free pumpkin-carving event for families to raise funds for Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales (Cerebral Palsy). The Bute Park Education & Outreach Officer and 2 Urban Rangers with invaluable carving expertise were on hand to help. Thirty pumpkins were carved during the morning, which were then […]