Since February 2015, Rimrose Valley Friends has existed to promote and improve the wonderful community resource that is Rimrose Valley Country Park.

We are the connection between Rimrose Valley, the community and statutory bodies such as Sefton Council and Merseyside Police, and we will foster links with other interested groups such as the Canal & River Trust and the Woodland Trust to name but a few. Read more…


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There is no doubting that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in some way or another. It is also relevant to Rimrose Valley and our campaign to protect it. Frequent users of the park will tell you that it's never been busier.  We need to turn this...

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Running Track Restoration, “ValleyWatch” and more…

We would probably all agree that this spring has been like no other. It has been stressful for many, heart-breaking for some and a period in our lives we will never forget. However, it has also presented an opportunity for additional family time, whether we like it or...

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The Fight Continues

Right now, Rimrose Valley Country Park is arguably more important than ever. Access to wide open, green space is vital to enable us to exercise or simply to get some headspace for an hour a day and at the same time allowing social distancing to be observed. We've seen...

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RVF Charity Night!

Join us for an evening of fun and fundraising for a very worthy cause! The event will be held on Friday, 3rd August at the St William of York Parish Centre, Thornton and run from 7pm until midnight.  Every penny we raise on the night will go towards funding our...

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In association with:

Merseyside Police
Sefton Council
Canal & River Trust