Green Paulsgrove Park with leafy trees, blue sky and St Michael's Church in the background. A couple of kids are riding their bikes in the distance around park.
Free community event to bring Paulsgrove community and nature together.

Wilder Paulsgrove will take place on Friday 14 April with activities in St Michael’s Church, Paulsgrove Park, Paulsgrove Community Centre and Paulsgrove Family Hub. A map will be available on the day to help everyone find the different things going on.

The free Portsmouth City Council event aims to support wildlife and nature in the area and show how to get involved in fun projects that care for and enhance the green spaces around Paulsgrove.

The event will run from 10am to 3pm. It is open to everyone on a drop-in basis, so there is no need to book a place, simply turn up and enjoy what’s on offer.

Free activities include nature trail, seed bombs planting, face painting, storytellers, arts and crafts and refreshments.

The event will showcase how individuals, community groups, charities and organisations are working together to support wildlife in Paulsgrove.

The event is held in partnership with Seekers, Arts Council England, Portsmouth libraries, Holiday Food and Activity, PYC Portsmouth, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, School Library Service, St Michael’s Church, and Bounce Fitness with Donna.

The community event is a great way to enjoy some free and local family-fun activities, while getting involved in helping shape Paulsgrove into a nature haven.

For more information, visit www.portsmouth.gov.uk/events/wilder-paulsgrove/ or contact volunteer.futures@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.