Green Flag prize for three parks

PUBLISHED: 09:57 31 July 2015

Arthur and Carolyn Taylor, Liz Moore, Margaret Hunt, Maggie Stowers and Roy Magor, members of Friends of Watchhouse Hill in Pill, celebrate their Green Flag award.

Arthur and Carolyn Taylor, Liz Moore, Margaret Hunt, Maggie Stowers and Roy Magor, members of Friends of Watchhouse Hill in Pill, celebrate their Green Flag award.

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Public spaces in Nailsea, Pill and Abbots Leigh have been handed a prestigious Green Flag again this year.

Trendlewood Community Park, Watchhouse Hill and Abbots Pool Woodland were all awarded the prize by Environment charity Keep Britain Tidy.

The flag recognises the best kept open spaces.

North Somerset councillor Peter Bryant said: “In North Somerset we are fortunate to have some of the best open spaces in the country which are enjoyed by thousands of residents and visitors every year.

“Maintaining and managing these sites is a team effort and I’d like to thank our staff and our contractors Glendale Services who do a tremendous job. I’d also like to pay tribute to all our wonderful volunteers who help look after our open spaces. These awards would not be possible without their dedication and enthusiasm.”


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