Friends of Seaton Park
Friends of Seaton Park works in partnership with Aberdeen City Council to ensure Seaton Park is a rewarding place for everyone to visit. Over the last year, the group has worked hard on several projects, for example, formalising naturally occurring wetlands, encouraging diversity of wildlife; re-establishing paths to create walking and cycling routes; and refurbishing the much-loved ex-Gas Board steam engine, named Mr Therm, for children to play on. This year is the 70th anniversary of the park coming into public ownership. The Friends of Seaton Park has planted 70,000 crocus bulbs, seven chestnut trees, and 20 assorted fruit trees to form a community orchard.