Our Aims are to promote the preservation, restoration, and improvement of St Ann's Well gardens for the education and benefit of the public, by associating the local authority and local community in a common effort to provide facilities in the interest of social welfare for recreation and leisure time occupation with the object of improving the lives of local inhabitants. We rely on membership subscriptions and donations to support the work we do.




Annual Membership Subscription costs just £3 for an individual and £5 for a family. 


In return you will receive regular updates with information on Events and Projects that The Friends of St Ann's Well Gardens are working on for the benefit of our park.


Use the Paypal link below to subscribe as a member or alternatively  download our membership form  which you can email back to us, and pay by bank transfer (we'll send you the details).

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can Gift Aid your membership fee - please download a Gift Aid form and return it to us.





If you would like to get involved in the work of The Friends of St Ann's Well  we have different WORKING GROUPS covering various aspects of our work.

Our Events Team help run a wide variety of family-orientated events in St Ann's Well Gardens. We need friendly people of any age to help on the Friends' occasional table and info point;  collect donations; provide an ongoing rubbish monitoring service and generally walk about ensuring everyone is happy. If you would like to be part of our team, contact us.

We also have an active Gardening Team, 





We have a strong track record of fundraising. Here are some of our recent achievements:

  • Raised £26K  from towards the updating of the Sensory Garden

  • £4.5K from BritVic towards the restoration of the Sensory Garden pavilion, to be used as a resource for events and by local schools. 

  •  £1.6K from the Co-operative Community Fund towards the creation of a Historical Trail with weatherproof signs of old photos and pictures.

  • £600 from Brunswick & Regency Neighbourhood Action Group for a new bird interpretation board and feeding stations for the birds.