Woodheys Park is only 1 of 11 parks in Trafford to be awarded the Green Flag. Join us to celebrate on Thursday 8th September 2022, 12.00 to 2.00 pm, tea, coffee and cakes for all!!

Why not join us for some gentle gardening …. On the last Friday of every month join volunteers from Stockdales, helping with work in the park. See the post under Events for more details.

The work with Stockdales at the end of March was very successful. We planted a short section of holly to create a hedge along a stretch of the chestnut palings that dogs/people are trying to push through. Also we tidied up a lot of fallen branches and general wind damage debris.


Flooded areas.

Advance Notice

AMEY/Trafford will be starting work between the end of April and the beginning of May 2022 to improve the drainage along the eastern edge of the park. The area from the Link Rd gate to the woods has been flooding for a number of years making that section of the park unusable for months at a time as well as causing adjoining properties to flood.

A small group of residents and the Friends Group got together to ask AMEY/Trafford to include our park in the list of those parks with flooding issues and, as a result, money from the capital budget was allocated to do improvement work on our park.

As yet we don’t know how long the work will take or what the effect on access will be but we’re sure any temporary disruption will be worthwhile.

Warning about Avian Flu

Avian flu is present in the bird community. Take care if you see injured or dead birds. See the Public Information notice below.

January 10th 2022.

Visitors may notice that several of the swings in the Children’s Play area have been removed. This is for safety repairs, after an issue was identified in other Trafford parks.


Hot drinks on a cold Winter’s day, what could be better? Visitors to Woodheys Park joined us in the Pavilion for a lovely cuppa, mince pie, cake, conversation and a good laugh. Watch this space for events coming up in 2022.


Following hard work by dedicated volunteers and the park’s maintenance team, Woodheys has once again attained the standard to be given the prestigious Green Flag for 2021/22. Click on this link to see the Award https://woodheyspark.files.wordpress.com/2021/11/greenflag21.docx


Welcome to the homepage for the Friends of Woodheys Park. Our role is to work alongside Trafford Council, One Trafford and other partners to ensure the park is maintained to the highest possible standards. We work tirelessly to improve the park’s infrastructure and to provide services that meet the needs of the local community.

The park has always been popular with local people, both young and old and the features and events within the park have attracted people from miles around.

It’s the perfect place to unwind, relax and enjoy the wonderful environment, wildlife and landscape. It’s a fantastic place to spend time with family and friends, enjoy the changing of the seasons, walk the dog or play on the swings.

New volunteers are always welcome, so if you are interested  and want to make a difference to this community asset, please complete the form in Contact Us.

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