The Friends of Roundhay Park (FoRP) is a charitable organisation formed in 1994 by local Leeds residents who decided to get involved with the Park, rather than just talk about it. They had the vision to create an organisation bringing together all lovers of the Park.
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Forp Working Party Waterloo Lake

As of today, FoRP has a Membership of over 700, made up of a diverse mix of people. Anyone and everyone is welcome and you do not have to live in Roundhay, or even Leeds. All that is needed is a love of Roundhay Park together with a small subscription fee to help support our efforts.

Join On-Line Single, Joint  and Family memberships are available through our shopping cart at only £10, £15 and £20 per annum.

All of our income is spent in helping maintain the park for everyone to enjoy. Click Here For Membership Details  

Roundhay Playground Appeal!
 The playground is now shut for the transformation to begin.  Demolition of the old playground takes place between 5 – 9th November, with the new equipment build beginning on Monday 12th November.   Keep up to date with progress on our facebook page!


The 2019 calendar is now available

The calendar can be purchased from the following retailers.
With Love, 633b Roundhay Road, Oakwood
The Garden Room Restaurant and Coffee House, The Mansion, Mansion Lane, Roundhay
Lakeside Café, Roundhay Park
Del Verde Restaurant, Park Lane, Roundhay
Philip Howard Books, 47 Street Lane, Roundhay
Tropical World Shop, Princes Avenue, Roundhay Park
Headrow Gallery, 588 Harrogate Road, Alwoodley
One Stop Shop (Bhogal Family Stores), 2 Chandos Gardens, Lidgett Lane, Gledhow
Also at the Farmers’ Markets on Saturday, 20th October and Saturday, 17th November

You can also purchase a copy from our website shop.  To do so CLICK HERE


The Roundhay Park Floral Walk Leaflet is now available.

One of the attractive features of Roundhay Park are the magnificent floral displays in different areas of the Paark, which have contributed to success in the Britain in Bloom competitions and to Gold Medal winning exhibits at the Chelsea Flower Show.
This new leaflet produced by the Friends takes you on an easy stroll from the Princes Avenue car park, past most of the main floral displays ending up in the award winning Specialisst Gardens.
The trail is on tarmac and gravel paths so is suitable for both buggies and wheelchairs.
Copies of the leaflet are available free of charge at Tropical World reception and in the Mansion.