The park is in the Merchiston area of Edinburgh and the site is intended to provide information on all aspects of both the park and the Friends of the Park.
The Friends of Harrison Park work in partnership with the Council to oversee the management, maintenance and development of this green space. Recent projects, including upgrading of paths, interpretive signage, naturalised bulb planting, have all contributed to making Harrison Park a delightful, accessible and well used community green space.
In 2008 Harrison Park was awarded Green Flag status – one of the first flags issued in Scotland. The scheme aims to encourage safe, clean and accessible public parks which are managed in an environmentally sustainable way.
On the 22nd July the RSPB will be running a bioblitz!
What’s a bioblitz?
The idea of a bioblitz is to collect loads of information about the wildlife living in one area over a set period of time. They work best if there are lots of people visit online casino julietta involved, looking into lots of different species – the more wildlife uncovered the better.
Come and Join in –
Where: Harrison Park
When: 22nd July 2016
Time: 10am – 3pm
How much: FREE
What should I bring: You don’t need to bring anything along to the bioblitz. Just come along and have some fun!