Have your say and enjoy a walk this weekend
Residents are invited to join park rangers on Saturday, 24 July to have their say on the new boardwalk at Long Wood and take part in a nature walk.
The existing wooden boardwalk, which is approximately 20 years old, is prone to rot because of damp conditions and requires regular maintenance to ensure it is safe for users. Now, thanks to £35,000 investment from Ealing Council and the Mayor of London’s Priority Parks funding, the boardwalk at Long Wood is about to be replaced.
Participants will have a chance to give their views on the materials selected to replace the existing wooden boardwalk and to enjoy a guided walk in the wooded area, which is a local nature reserve. The boardwalk replacement is one of the first of a series of projects set to improve the area as part of the Priority Parks programme.
To participate please come along at 11 am on Saturday, 24 July to the Long Wood meeting point at the corner of Trumpers Way.
Windmill Lane and Trumpers Way, off Boston Road.
Transport: Tube: Boston Manor and Osterley (Piccadilly line), Bus: E8
Participants are asked to wear sensible shoes.
Residents are invited to get involved in the Priority Parks programme and can find out more by visiting www.ealing.gov.uk/parks or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
20 July 2010