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Wood End Jubilee Garden Opens

Residents are invited to attend the official opening of Wood End Jubilee Gardens on 3rd October.

Wednesfield & Fallings Park Local Neighbourhood Partnership has been working with Wood End Community Association and Wolverhampton City Council’s Parks & Green Spaces dept to bring a section of open space off Bellamy Lane in Wednesfield back into community use. Over the last twelve months the local community and local schools have been transforming the space, planting flowers in the Spring and Summer.

Parks & Green Spaces have carried out clearance work and planted 3 silver birch trees and installed bench and bins on site as well as planting shrubbery around the perimeter of the site.

The site has been landscaped with a flower bed in the shape of ‘ER60’ to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Community association also put a request in to have the site renamed to ‘Wood End Jubilee Gardens’ which has been granted by the Council.

The Garden will be officially opened by the City Mayor Councillor Christine Mills on Wednesday 3rd October at 2 pm and the community association is inviting local residents to attend the opening ceremony with the Mayor.

If you would like to attend, please contact LNP Constituency Officer Simon Hamilton on 01902 551745 or Tania Davis from Wood End Community Association on 07402 479720 or woodendca@aol.com.