Following the landslide success for Crane Park last year, where it was awarded £400,000 from the Mayor's Funds to improve London's parks, we now have a chance to see what plans are afoot.
The overwhelming public vote (6,677 - more than any other park in London) ensured that Crane Park secured the funding where 47 parks were vying for only 10 grants.
Now I'm sure Richmond Upon Thames residents will be interested to see what's planned for it's "much needed facelift", and you'll be able to have a good look-see at two open sessions later this month.
On Saturday 20th February between midday and 2pm, Heathfield School on Cobbett Road, Twickenham will host the first session. The on Wednesday 24th February from 6pm-8pm, Crane Park Primary Children's School will open its doors for the second viewing.
The idea of both sessions is to give the public what work is planned for Crane Park, and an opportunity to comment on proposed designs and materials.
As well as commenting on the proposals at the open afternoons, residents you can also check out the planned improvements at either www.richmond.gov.uk/parks/crane_park or http://www.hounslow.info/parks/cranevalley/
Silas Van Der Bas
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