Revealed;- Some Hidden Gems; Radipole Park and Gardens

Watching bats sweeping to and fro in these gardens are one of my treasured childhood memories, though what they were probably feeding on, not such good memories! Playing tennis in the evenings usually meant you spent more time swiping away those mozzies who seemed determined to devour you.

Summer is Here! Keeping it Simple

Our website was created to promote, inform about events and share our love of Radipole gardens here in Weymouth. But sometimes it’s just nice to post simple photos of our stunning gardens. Weymouth parksmen busy mowing the grass in Radipole’s famous willow grove, ready for our next event. We are so lucky in that we…

Why No Mowers? Giving Nature a Chance in Radipole Gardens

If you follow our blog, you’ll probably know that we’ve just held this year’s Wildlife & Wellbeing event in the gardens. Though most of the comments we received at our engagement tent were full of complements, one or two people approached me to ask why the grass hadn’t been cut as it was looking rather…

Hayley and her Hedgehogs;Why Protecting our Wildlife Really Matters

Every green space and public garden in Weymouth boasts its own identity and character. Greenhill is manicured to perfection, a cacophony of bedding plants fill their beds, Nothe gardens enjoy stunning sea views and rugged rock paths and steps. Here at Radipole we have our own identity that we are very proud of. Sometimes referred…