After a decade of being a prestigious Green Flag Award winning park, Bramcote Hills Park, known as the ‘Jewel in the crown’ of the Borough’s parks and open spaces is now in the running for a People’s Choice award.
Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Green Flag Award, which this year will recognise 10 sites in honour of the 20th anniversary of the Green Flag Award – all voted for by members of the public.
Broxtowe Borough Council is urging residents and visitors to the popular park to cast their votes before voting closes on 30th September.
Voting is quick and easy – simple visit http://bit.ly/vote4bramcotehills and vote.
Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council, Councillor Richard Jackson said: “Celebrating ten consecutive years as a Green Flag Award winning park was an incredibly proud achievement for Broxtowe Borough Council and all those who work tirelessly to ensure it remains such a well-loved space.
“Now is the time for residents, families, dog walkers and anyone else who enjoys the park to show how proud they are to have such an excellent site in the Borough by voting for it in the People’s Choice Awards.”
The ten most popular parks and green space in the UK will be announced in October.
Broxtowe is also proud of its other Green Flag site at Colliers Wood, Moorgreen, as well as the borough’s three Community Green Flag sites at Brinsley Headstocks, Alexandrina Plantation / Sandy Lane Open Space, Bramcote and Bramcote Old Church Tower. You can also vote for these on the website.