The Friends of Waterloo Seafront Gardens are an active and vibrant voluntary group of local residents interested in restoring and promoting the local sea front gardens and Potter's Barn Park.
The gardens sit in a conservation area in the seaside town of Waterloo, North Liverpool, a 15 minute train journey from the city centre. There are four distinctive public gardens to enjoy along the seafront:
Marine Garden, Crescent Garden, Adelaide Garden and Beach Lawn.
The gardens are located just a short walk from Crosby marine lake, beach and sand dunes. The world famous Antony Gormley 'Another Place' statues stand on the beach.
Waterloo itself hosts a number of excellent restaurants, which include the picturesque Lakeside Adventure Centre.
The area is easily accessible by road, rail and bus.
Volunteers are very welcome and can get involved in litter picking and gardening sessions.