Broomhill Park, Strood, Rochester, UK.
Friends of Broomhill: Serving the community for 10 years
Meet King Arthur's Drive car park 11am.
Old library, Bryant Road, Strood, 7.30pm
See our plans, have your say, talk to fellow supporters, have some cake & wine.
Did you know there are 100s of useful plants ALL around you? Even the weeds!
Would you like to learn more about them and their uses?
Join us for a gentle stroll round the park and we'll show you some of the amazing plantlife found there.
Download the application form here.
Your Membership directly helps us to help the park, and it's only a fiver!
1 year to raise £50,000 to buy the old orchard.Click here to see our short film about the old orchard
Our campaign gets off to a flying start at the Guildhall.
Friends of Broomhill: Trustees
Chairman: Ben Cooper
President: Odette Buchanon
Vice-Chair: May Eve
Secretary: David Park
Treasurer: Andrew Millsom
Trustee: Jean Park
Trustee: Cllr Steve Iles
Our address for all correspondence is: Hon Secretary, 69 Brompton Farm Rd, ME23QX.
Phone: 01634 718972
How can you help?
The Friends of Broomhill are local residents who want to make the park a better place.
Here follows just a few ways you can help. If you are interested, please give us a call.
We cut back overgrown areas, we clear litter, we plant bulbs, we clear up fly tipping.
What could be more fun and healthy than getting out into the open air for a couple of hours on a Sunday morning? And you can really make a difference!
All ages and abilities welcome, (children accompanied by responsible adult please) tools supplied, and all work is safely supervised.
Having more members gives us more clout with the council, and makes it easier for us to raise funds - simple as that.
This is always a big day for us! We need help to put up the marquees and run all the stalls including the tea bar.
We meet every couple of months to plan the future shape of the park, organize events and fund raising, as well as discussing current issues or problems. We have contacts with the police and the council.
Friends of Broomhill: Grow the Park campaign news