to the Bristol Parks Forum Website

2016 Parks Forum Meeting dates:
30th Jan, 16th Apr, 18th June, 15th Oct – Windmill Hill City Farm.

See our Meetings page for details and agenda.

Our News page has information on various subjects of interest to Park Forum members. For the latest news sign up for our email updates via our Contacts page.

The ‘Parkhive App’ is here
– find your nearest park, download the app from:

Explore the rest of the site for information about the Forum and Bristol’s parks and green spaces.

Proud of your local park? Send your photos to Parkhive to share what’s brilliant about your green space..

new bpf logo with text 2Bristol Parks Forum was established by Bristol Parks as an umbrella organisation for community park groups and organisations in the city with an interest in their local parks and green spaces.

The forum is still supported by Bristol City Council but is now run independently and is currently the only ‘community voice’ that is dedicated to all of Bristol’s green spaces.

The forum’s three main roles are:

– to offer an opportunity to share ideas and experience;
– to act as a consultation body for the Bristol Parks service and other agencies;
– to influence decision-making, including the allocation of resources.

The terms ‘Parks’ or ‘Parks & Green Spaces’ on this website (and in the Forum’s name) refer to all publicly accessible green space. This includes the city’s wonderful large estates, nature reserves and various informal areas of green space as well as traditional parks and play areas. Most (but not all) of these are owned and managed by Bristol City Council. Links to maps and other information can be seen here.

Any community group with an interest in any type of green space in Bristol is welcome to join the Parks Forum. A list of current members can be seen here.

Bristol Parks Forum Terms of Reference

Bristol Parks Forum 2014 Report

Bristol Parks Forum 2014 Statement on Governance

Interested in starting a group? Email: info@bristolparksforum.org.uk


Bristol Parks Forum are members of the Bristol Green Capital Partnership