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City triumphs at national Green Flag Awards

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The City of Nottingham has just achieved its highest number of Green Flag Awards for its parks and natural spaces since the awards began 20 years ago.

21 parks, 5 local nature reserves and 3 cemeteries attained the awards this year. 

The 21 parks are Bulwell Bogs, Bulwell Forest, Clifton Playing Fields, Colwick Country Park, Coppice Recreation Ground, Forest Recreation Ground, Heathfield Park, Highfields Park, King George V Park, Lenton Abbey Park, Lenton Recreation Ground, Nottingham Arboretum, Queen's Walk Recreation Ground, Radford Recreation Ground, Strelley Recreation Ground, Valley Road Park, Vernon Park, Victoria Embankment, Victoria Park, Wollaton Park and Woodthorpe Park. In addition the Arboretum and the Forest both received Green Heritage Awards alongside the Green Flag award.

The 5 Local Nature Reserves are Colwick Woods, Martin’s Pond, Sandy Banks and two Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust sites Harrison's Plantation and Sellers Wood. 

The 3 cemeteries are Bulwell (Northern) Cemetery, High Wood Cemetery and Southern (Wilford Hill) Cemetery.

17 Green Flag Community Awards were also handed out to green spaces that are managed by local communities. The recipients are Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens, Brewhouse Yard Gardens, Bulwell Forest Community Garden, Carrington Community Garden, City Hospital Garden, Friends of Green's Mill Community Garden, Holme Pit, Iremongers Pond, Lark Hill Village, Meadows Library Garden, Poplar Park, SALTAR garden, St Ann's Community Orchard, St Leo's Church, St Martin's Church, Stonebridge City Farm and Wollaton Park Community Centre Garden.  


Introducing ...

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New Park Ranger Alastair Glenn has just joined the team appointed to look after Broxtowe Country Park!

After previously working as a Ranger at Rushcliffe Country Park he was looking for a bigger challenge to set his sights on.

Alastair (centre of picture) said “I’m really keen to get the public involved in their local park, it’s such a great open space, and I want the whole community to be using it!”

A whole host of new events will be occurring on the park throughout the year starting with a big Family Fun Day and continuing with other events and activities throughout the school holidays. 

The Family Fun Day takes place on Thursday 25th August between 12 – 4pm by the basketball court and BMX track. Bring a picnic and enjoy a range of sports, bouncy castles, music, Ranger activities, food and more!

The nearest entry point to this spot is Linfield road, NG8 6HR.



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