Worth Park Conservation Report
Worth Park is a well-used park of 8.5 hectares in Crawley which was restored in 2013 through Heritage Lottery, Big Lottery Fund and
other funding sources. The parks team are committed to improving biodiversity and conservation practices at the park and produce an annual report to capture their good work.
This report could form a template for a similar approach at the parks you manage. Thanks to Stephen Peters for approaching Green Flag Award with a suggestion to host it. we welcome further contributions like this from parks and green space professionals around the world.
Report written by Stephen Peters (head gardener)
Worth Park, Milton Mount Avenue
Pound Hill, Crawley RH10 3DH
About Worth Park:
Worth Park has formal gardens, a Victorian fountain, an Arboretum, a lake that is surrounded with various types of trees and wild flowers, a meadow for bio-diversity, croquet lawns and a tennis court.
About Crawley Borough Council:
Crawley Borough Council is the local authority for Crawley, in West Sussex, providing local services in a town of approximately 100,000 people.
Author: Crawley Borough Council (UK)
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