Create a simple willow platter or shallow basket that includes a strand from Radipole Park & Gardens iconic willow trees.
Learn how to select a good composition and explore various techniques in pencil, charcoal and colourIdeal for anyone wanting to try something new or to refresh their drawing skills. Free artist led workshop with equipment provided.
Join the Friends of Radipole Park & Gardens for a free guided walk to uncover the Park’s hidden history.
The first of our fantastic free sessions being run in Radipole Park & Gardens this spring. Join an experienced photographer for this free guided session on how to take the best shots using your mobile phone.
Whoopee…Table Top Sale & AGM It’s that time of year again when we urge you to turn out your Renoirs, dig out those Moorcrofts, and any other manner of bric a brac you no longer need. Yes, it’s our annual table top sale!…
Lots of free activities for families to do, from making your own bird feeders, wildflower seed bombs, hunting for clues on a park trail, to pebble painting.
A great way to discover and learn about wildlife in your local park.
What would summer be without good old toe tapping music, picnic chairs and rugs, settled under the tree’s shade?
We’re pleased to say that it won’t be long before the Weymouth Concert Brass Band will be entertaining us in the stunning Radipole gardens.
Always popular, this event heralds in our new year.
With FREE entry why not pop in and see what billy bargains you can find?
A chance to do a bit of sustainable prezzie buying, saving your pennies and helping the planet.
This years theme for the annual Holocaust Memorial Day is ordinary people.
Weymouth’s Mayor, Cllr Ann Weaving will be at Radipole Gardens on Friday 27th January 2023 to remember all those affected, past and present.
The service will be led by the Mayor’s Chaplain.
We’ve certainly got a cracker lined up for you in October.
This year we are combining our annual Wildlife & Wellbeing event with Weymouth and Portland’s Dog Friendly
Bark in the Park.
Added to that there’s pumpkin carving and apple pressing.
Lots to see and do, folk to meet.
Find out who’s out there taking care of our wildlife, what you can do to help.