Work is being done to help keep Tawd Valley Park looking its best and you are invited to join the team carrying out this task.
West Lancashire Borough Council is asking the local community to join in a series of conservation and maintenance improvement sessions in Tawd Valley Park, led by the Council’s Parks and Countryside Ranger Service.
The sessions will start from Friday 8 June from 10am–3pm and will continue for the same duration each subsequent Friday.
Volunteers can just turn up on the day as the sessions are intended to be of an informal nature. Those interested are requested to assemble adjacent to Summer Street play area, Ashurst, at 10am prompt and are recommended to wear suitable clothing and robust footwear. Participants wishing to stay for the duration of the session are recommended to bring a packed lunch.
No previous experience is necessary as all instruction will be given on the days. All necessary equipment will be provided. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Councillor Yvonne Gagen, portfolio holder for Leisure, said: “The sessions are informal but those taking part will be doing important work to conserve the green oasis that is Tawd Valley Park, so come along and help keep the park looking its best.”
For further details please ring the Rangers on 01695 622794 or alternatively the Community Leisure Manager on 01695 585144.
For more information on parks events please visit www.westlancs.gov.uk/countryside.