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Photos capture beautiful autumn in Knowsley

by Gemma Melling

It may already feel like winter, but today (Tuesday 30 November) is officially the last day of autumn.

To mark the changing of the seasons, we’ve put together a collection of gorgeous autumnal photos taken in the borough’s parks and green spaces.

They capture the changing colours and the falling leaves as well as some of the flowers and fungi that visitors to the parks have been able to enjoy recently.

Now, as winter officially arrives, we’d love to see your pictures of the new season in Knowsley – whether out and about in a public park or open space, or even in your own back garden!

Email your pictures to communications@knowsley.gov.uk, or share them with us on Twitter or Facebook.


Bush with pink autumn leavesyellow and orange leaves on a tree
Stunning autumn colours at Acornfield Plantation, Kirkby
Large mushrooms growing next to blackberriesRusset coloured autumn leafLeaf covered path in autumnWoodland path covered in autumn leavesTree lined path through park in AutumnAutumn scene of path through park
Stadt Moers Park, Whiston
Yellow leaf covered path in parkcrimson leaves on bushAutumn scene at Acornfield Plantationbrown fern leaf in autumnFungi growing out of tree trunkLarge mushrooms growing wild
Mushrooms in Acornfield Plantation, Kirkby
Purple flower
Spotted at Acornfield Plantation, Kirkby
Walkers at Stadt Moers Park