We all love our parks
They are our common heritage; our shared wealth and they belong to all of us that call Plymouth home. We have a dazzling range of woodlands, parks, squares and waterfronts covering some 1600 hectares – over one third of the city’s land area. As the world changes, the way we think about and care for our parks must also change. With cuts to government spending, a changing climate, loss of biodiversity and growing issues around public health, our parks are more important than ever.