Liskeard Unlocked enjoys Castle Park, whatever the weather

Making Space for nature was delighted to support Liskeard Unlocked at their traditional Tea Treat at Castle Park on Saturday 18th September.

Members of the wider community, from the very young through all the ages, enjoyed the festivities, which included a magic show, teddy bears's picnic, the silver band and Cornish dancing, as well as a nature trail and bulb planting provided by Making Space for nature.

Volunteer's from the regular green gardening group established at the site through this project also attended to encourage others to join the 'task force'.

"Castle Park had become little used and sadly neglected. It is now becoming much more frequently used and is an asset to our town. Moreover it really is providing a space for nature. The beds are buzzing with wildlife. " Lynda Fletcher, Castle Park Green Gardening Group

If you are keen to gain hands-on gardening experience and wildlife friendly place-keeping knowledge, please do just contact Becky, Cormac's Urban Ranger to find out more, or join one of the sessions at Castle Park on the second Thursday of every month throughout 2021.

Contact: Becky, Cormac’s Urban Ranger


Mobile: 07796996351

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