Stanley Park - Netflix

Wed 26 June 2019

"Stanley Park" is one of a collection of drama pilot episodes produced for BBC Three and was broadcast on 10 June 2010. The story focuses on a group of young friends going through a life-changing period of their lives. The episode was produced by 6 Degree Media and was written by Leo Richardson and inspired by his stage play.

Stanley Park - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-06-10

Stanley Park - Stanley Park (Westfield, Massachusetts) - Netflix

Stanley Park Stanley Park in a non-profit privately owned park including an arboretum and botanical garden, located in Westfield, Massachusetts. It is open to the public daily without charge from May to November., and although the park is closed during the winter people can still enter the park at their own risk. The duck pond area, is monitored 24/7 with three security cameras, that you can access on the park's website page These security cameras were installed just about 6 months after three teenagers killed a Muscovy Duck, in November 11th, 2011. Westfield Bank donated the security cameras, after public outcry that the park did not have any surveillance on the duck pond area. Last year a volunteer at the park created a memorial sign to be placed in sight of the life size bronze statue, so people would know why there is a statue there, and can read more about it if they scanned the QR code with their phone. Since “Ozzie” the Muscovy duck was killed, someone donated two new Muscovy ducks, unfortunately they had both passed away from a predator attack, and avian flu about 3 years ago (as of 2018). The park was established in 1945 by the philanthropist Frank Stanley Beveridge (1879–1956). It includes a number of gardens, listed below, as well as a playground, soccer fields, tennis courts, picnic area, wildlife sanctuary, colonial pond, covered bridge, and blacksmith shop. American Wildflower Society Display Garden - indigenous shade-tolerant New England wildflowers, with peak season in early May. Arboretum (1,000 acres) - trees and shrubs with a 30-foot (9.1 m) fountain. Bog garden Herb garden - fragrant, culinary, and medicinal herbs; mid-May through mid-October. Asian garden and teahouse - alpine conifers, rhododendrons, azaleas, and flowering deciduous shrubs with an authentic bamboo Japanese Tea House. Peak season mid-May through mid-June. Rhododendron Display Garden - hundreds of rare species, sponsored by the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society, with peak season mid-May through early June. Rose Gardens - Over 50 varieties and 2,500 bushes. Winner of the “Outstanding Public Rose Garden” Award from All-America Rose Selections. Stanley Park is located on Western Avenue in the suburban town of Westfield, Massachusetts. It was founded by its benefactor Frank Stanley Beveridge in 1949. The park began on a 25-acre (100,000 m2) plot, but now spans 300 acres (1.2 km2) with multiple gardens, trails, and playing fields. It is only a short walking distance from Westfield State University, located across Western Avenue to the northwest from Stanley Park.

Stanley Park - Carillon concerts - Netflix

Stanley Park holds annual Carillon concerts every first and third Sunday each month. These concerts take place from May to November; beginning at 3:00 pm and ending at 4:00 pm.

Stanley Park - References - Netflix