Thank you to all who supported Spooks & Sparks in the Park on 28th October. 

Funds raised ensured that we were able to make a donation of £1,300.00 to East Anglian Children's Hospices (EACH).  The Trust thanks all who contributed towards this amazing sum and made the evening such a success!


The closure of Oak Lane for essential drainage works began yesterday (20th November) and is scheduled to continue for six weeks (works will be suspended over Christmas).

Hirers of Hayman Lodge and those wishing to use the small car park outside the main gates can still access Catton Park via Spixworth Road.



Very proud and pleased to annouce that Catton Park has achieve Green Flag Community Award 2017/18 status.  

A Green Flag Award is a benchmark of excellence in recreational green areas in England and Wales and parks are judged on how welcoming, sustainable, clean and safe they are and conservation and community involvement.

This award acknowledges that Catton Park is managed responsibly and that high standards are being achieved.  

Thank you to all who support and use Catton Park.

Show your love for your park - 14-23 July 2017

Love Parks Week starts today!  It's an opportunity to demonstrate just how much our country loves parks; so let's get the whole community saying why and help us protect our beautiful parks for future generations.


It's easy!  From 14-23 July simply visit your local park, take a photo and share the reason why you love it on social media using the hashtag #LoveParks.  Favourites will be retweeted and shared on the Keep Britain Tidy social media channels.

You can also pledge your support for Love Parks Week with the Thunderclap ( and join in with hundreds of other people across the country who will be talking about Love Parks Week on social media.