Blaise Castle Estate is a 650-acre parkland, which includes a museum, a castle and a playground. There is a rich diversity of flora and fauna habitats within the park, including badgers, foxes, hedgehogs, butterflies and many rare species of wildflower.
The estate is also a site of historical and cultural importance, with signs of occupation dating back to the Neolithic age.
The maintenance of the park is aided by Friends of Blaise, a volunteer community group who work alongside Bristol City Council to support, conserve, improve and promote this wonderful estate and the wider Trym Valley. We are looking for more young people (16-25) to help with :
- Working with others to deliver improvements to the park;
- Organising events and maintaining the green spaces;
- Finding out what people think of Blaise Estate and its future
- Encouraging more people to use Blaise Estate
- Raising awareness of the value of the sites;
- Raising funds to support our work.
- Standing up for the park and the people and wildlife that use them when faced with development proposals
Find out more on our website: https://www.friendsofblaise.co.uk/
Please fill out this online form to register your interest : https://forms.gle/1fxAviZoFdXrd13t8