Hednesford Park wins gold for third consecutive year
2nd October 2019
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This achievement recognises the involvement of local schools, vulnerable groups, and local people in many different activities and projects throughout the year. The Britain in Bloom Award criteria assess how we have incorporated the history of the park, developed the area and what our plans are for the future. The judging relies very much on community involvement and delivery of their projects.


A weekly gardening group called Plant Pots, are a group of young people from Littleton Green Community School who come into the park and help in the gardens.  Last year they gained their Level 3 RHS Schools Award with the work they achieved in Hednesford Park and have been a key reason why we achieved the gold award again.


Councillor Christine Mitchell, Portfolio Leader for Culture and Sport said “I'm very proud of the children and the work they have done in the  park. They have helped achieve this much coveted award as well as improving their skills and building self-confidence. They have worked through all weathers and deserve this recognition for their efforts, along with all the volunteers who helped make it happen.”


Volunteers gain valuable skills from the work they do in Hednesford Park, if you would like to get involved, please meet at Hednesford Park Pavilion every Wednesday at 9.30am or Contact Lynn Evans on 07896 239717 or email: lynnevans@cannockchasedc.gov.uk

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