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Making the Most of New Facilities added 2014.

Testing the New Zip-Wire to Ensure it is Safe for our Children??

Hold Events in the Park, this is The Can't Sing Choir - Oh Yes They Can!

Town Wood Blackbird.

Town Wood Blackbird.

Jubilee Gardens.

Congleton Park Green Flag Awards

Green Flag Awards 2008 - 2017

Congleton Park has been awarded the Green Flag Award for 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 / 17.

Green Flags are only awarded to the very best open spaces. This award recognised the vast achievements which has taken place in improving and developing the park over the last couple of years and the work undertaken during the restoration scheme.

The Friends of Congleton Park are extremely proud that the Park has gained this prestigious award yet again for 2016 / 17 season. A massive thanks to the 'Friends' and all the Cheshire East workers and Park personnel who are just amazing!

Above left some of the Team from 2008, including Mayor Dennis Murphy, and above right are some of the Team from 2014 planting a Plane tree in the Park to commemorate winning the award again for the 2014 / 2015 season.

Green spaces are the heart of every community.

They are used by millions and treasured by young and old alike. Research shows there is a clear link between our proximity to quality green spaces and our mental and physical wellbeing, even in urban areas. Everybody, no matter where they live, deserves to have an attractive park or green place nearby.

The Green Flag Award recognises and rewards the best green places. Through this award, Keep Britain Tidy strives to ensure that everyone has access to a safe, clean and pleasant space where they can relax, meet, play or exercise.

Green spaces are assessed every year and in 2012, a record number of awards were made. A Green Flag Award is the benchmark of a quality park or green space. Not only does a Green Flag flying overhead guarantee a public space is welcoming, clean, well-maintained, safe and secure, it also ensures it is managed sustainably and pays attention to the conservation of the natural and built environment.

Involving the community is also key to a park or green space being award a flag as it must meet their needs and demands and be a great place for people to spend time.

Keep Britain Tidy manage the scheme under licence from the Department for Communities and Local Government.

For further information about Green Flag Award, please E-Mail Lynsey Atherton or call her on01942 612602.

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