If you didn’t know already – you do now: Dogs MUST be kept on a lead around the lake areas.
One of the anglers has had to clear up the mess left behind when a dog attacked and killed a gosling. This is just not on. Not nice for children to witness; not nice for the geese parents to witness and definitely not nice for the gosling that was attacked and killed.
KEEP DOGS ON LEADS NEAR THE LAKES AND NEAR ANY WILDFOWL.
It’s not rocket science.
NOTE: Over the years we have been involved with the park we have had FIVE Black swans killed by dogs not on a lead. That is why we no longer have any black swans in the park.
We keep getting enquiries about the toilets and when will they open. This is not our decision, but the council’s.
We know there’s a problem with people spending more and more time outdoors and the need for toilets but we don’t have the answer. If you want to find out more, please contact the council on 01302 736000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your understanding.
This could be fun for you and your family. We’ve created a virtual trail around the park using old photos from a bygone era!
All you have to do is download the FREE! TiCL App to your phone (both Apple and Android work fine). Then go to the park and open the App. You will see the “Old Sandall Park Trail” will be top of the list. Open it and you’ll see a list of old photos with a brief description – just click [DIRECT ME] and an arrow will direct you to the location of the photo – simples! You can even add your own comments and memories.
NOTE: Magnetic catches on your phone cover can/will affect the direction arrow – so it would be wise to take your phone out of its magnetic case to avoid problems.
All technical enquiries direct to TiCL please.
With great weather what a better time go to the park for your exercise (observing social distancing of course) and use the various trails to keep the kids entertained. You can download the free App or just print off a map if you haven’t got a smartphone.
1st/36th St Peters Warmsworth Scouts, Cubs and Beavers created the fabulous TiCLsticks family. They are now happily living in the trees around the park and can entertain children and families who visit, and get them exercising at the same time. If you haven’t tried our TiCLsticks trail yet – you should. It’s free and it’s a great way to have a look around the park. The families have all been given names of people linked to the scout/guide movement.
The TiCL app is already up and running. You can have a look at the tree trail on-line by CLICKING HERE. You can download the free App and track the characters around the park by downloading the TiCL app from the App store or Google play.
Don’t worry if you don’t have a smartphone CLICK HERE to download and print a map of the rough location of each TiCLperson and let the kids search to their hearts content – a great way to spend your exercise time during lockdown.
CLICK HERE to download an information leaflet on the TiCLsticks Tree people and phone App..
Our Head Junior Ranger – what a thoughtful, intelligent and caring person she is!
Emma created this poem as part of a school task to pay tribute to the NHS. It certainly choked me up.
Posted by Matthew Pickering on Friday, 24 April 2020