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Lumb Brook Millennium Green - ED2014
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Many thanks to Bob Jennings who planted the apple trees We had a good crop in 2016. We've added more fruit trees kindly donated by the Mersey Forest and are looking forward to future crops.
The efforts made by those using the green who help to keep our lovely green clean and tidy are very much appreciated.
The Lumb Brook Millennium Green is run entirely by volunteers from the local community. We are looking for more volunteers to help with small maintenance jobs, organising activities and fundraising.
If you would like to join our volunteer group email us at email@example.com or telephone 01925 482533.
Everyone is welcome!
This funding was given to enable us to redesign / upgrade the 'Maze' area. Something local children are so looking forward to!
DOGS must be kept under adequate control at all times and not cause nuisance or danger.
Dog poops- bag them and bin them!
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You will have noticed that some trees have been felled and the remains are lying in areas alongside the brook -these will be removed or used for seating or wildlife habitats.
In the meantime please continue to keep clear of these areas. Thank-you.
Cobbs Infant & Nursery School appeal to Warrington Borough Council, David Mowatt & Cobbs Cllr Brian Axel to provide additional safety measures on local roads.
Director Val Davies picks up the cheque from the COOP
A big 'THANK YOU' to the COOP
We were really pleased to be chosen as one of the 3 local Community Projects who will benefit from the COOP Community Fund.
Warrington Borough Council
for improvements to the blue bridge entrance.
WBC will also be renovating the blue bridge.
Our volunteers will be adding some colour by planting bulbs and flowers in the circle around the tree.