Group volunteer activities have now resumed. For the latest updates please click here.
The gardens sit in a conservation area in the seaside town of Waterloo, North Liverpool. A 15 minute train journey from the city centre. There are four distinctive public gardens to enjoy along the seafront:
Marine Garden, Crescent Garden, Adelaide Garden and Beach Lawn.
The gardens are located just a short walk from Crosby marine lake, beach and sand dunes. The world famous Antony Gormley ‘Another Place’ statues stand on the beach.
Waterloo itself hosts a number of excellent restaurants, which include the picturesque Lakeside Adventure Centre.
The area is easily accessible by road, rail and bus.
Take up annual membership from just £2. Support our work to restore, improve and promote the gardens through highly successful events such as the Scarecrow Festival.
Membership advantages include:
– Regular newsletter
– Latest news updates
– Have your say
Further details and to join, click here.
Get involved in the gardens…
Litter pick: Every second Saturday of the month plus an extra session in the summer months – For full details check out our litter pick schedule here.
Gardening sessions: Every 2nd Tuesday from 9.30am and 4th Wednesday from 1.00pm or 7.00pm in summer. Timetable here.
Equipment for litter picking and gardening will be provided.
A big thank you to everyone who has helped in our litter picking and gardening during 2020, whether as part of a group or as an individual during the periods of lockdown. Your contributions are greatly appreciated.