Calverton Parish Council are pleased to confirm that the Wildlife Area at William Lee Memorial Park has been re-opened and footpaths recently mown.
Over 600 trees were planted by hundreds of residents and schools back in February but due to vandalism of the trees, had to remain closed until they were more established.
Due to the long wait before cutting the grass some of the footpaths are a little unstable but it is hoped that this doesn’t stop people from enjoying the wildlife area. The picnic area has also been mown and will eventually have logs for seating.
This is a lovely serene area for sitting and contemplating and one where children can explore the wildlife that currently habitats this location.
The Parish Council ask visitors to be mindful of the long grass and stay on the footpaths to enable the saplings to become more established and please take all litter home with you.