Desborough Town Council is responsible for Desborough Pocket Park, but it is maintained by a group of volunteers with the support of many organisations.
Regular events are held during the year to clear up and maintain the site, and the final one of the year is taking place on Saturday, November 4.
Anyone who would like to volunteer can go along on the morning and help with various tasks lined up to get the park ready for the winter months.
Kettering town centre restaurant ready to reopen with new menu and 'surprises'
Remembering the drought of 1976 across Northamptonshire in pictures from the archive
Muslim woman left in tears after Kettering McDonald's wrongly puts bacon in burger
Northants police officer Julie Mead retires after 30 years of groundbreaking work in the force
Eight pumps tackling large fire at Corby recycling centre
Activities carried out at previous volunteer events include pruning, strimming, bulb planting and litter picking.
Entrances to the park are from Rothwell Road, Federation Avenue and via Prince Rupert Avenue.
For more details, search for Desborough Pocket Park on Facebook.