Butt Lane Park Revamp Success
A park in Butt Lane has been revamped by Councillors and volunteers. Townfield Close Park has not been looking its best in recent years and the locals wanted to make a difference. The project organised by Kidsgrove Town Councillors and Newcastle Borough Councillors has seen the area transformed. Volunteers dug up weeds and removed overgrowth, varnished the park benches, painted the well used apparatus and put in a new flower bed to add some colour. The park wardens have now offered to put weed killer down and cut the grass more regularly.
Those involved have now got plans to hold a fun day in the park for the local residents and children to get involved in. Councillors are also planning to have the park renamed and are hoping to volunteer more time to keep the park looking loved. A big thank you to Kidsgrove Tesco for donating flowers for the new flower beds.
Posted on June 10, 2013, in Butt Lane, Kidsgrove Town Council and tagged borough councillors, Butt Lane, Butt Lane Blog, Butt Lane Community Blog, Butt Lane Councillor Kyle Robinson, Butt Lane Kyle Robinson, Butt Lane News, Cllr Kyle Robinson, cllrkylerobinson, community, Community Blog, Councillor David Allport, Councillor Elliot Ashton, Councillor for Butt Lane, Councillor Kyle Robinson, Councillor Sylvia Dymond, Josephine Ashton, Kidsgrove Bloggers, kidsgrove kyle robinson, Kidsgrove News, Kidsgrove People, Kidsgrove Town Council, Kyle Robinson, kyle robinson kidsgrove, kyle robinson newcastle, Newcastle Borough Council, park wardens, town councillors, Townfield Close, Townfield Close Park, Townfield Close Park Revamp, www.cllrkylerobinson.com. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.