The Cranford Park Friends group
THE future of Cranford Countryside Park will be considered at a public brainstorming session in the new year.
The Cranford Park Friends group wants to form an action plan to enhance the green space and has invited the community to take part.
The Friends group, re-established in October, is keen to create a long-term vision for the 144-acre green space. Everyone is welcome at the round-table session, to be held in Holy Angels Church Hall in High Street, Cranford on January 12 at 10am.
Bob Barton, secretary of the group, said: “It is hoped participants will be creative as well as practical, thinking about how to get the best from the park for everyone’s benefit.
"As well as being a spacious green ‘lung’, it has diverse wildlife, habitats and historical features, such as the 18th Century stables and cellars of former Cranford House. The Friends, which number more than 50, have been helping with gardening, tree-planting and tidying of the park and River Crane.
“Further events are planned, in co-operation with Hillingdon Council Green Spaces and new volunteers are always welcome.”
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