Hackney,
27
October
2016
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13:18
Europe/London

Proposals for the future of Springfield Park on show

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Local people are invited to find out more about plans to redevelop and restore Springfield Park at a drop-in event on Sunday 6 November from 11am to 3pm.

Visitors will be able to talk to the team developing the plans and tell the Council what they think of the proposals for Springfield Park. There will also be free activities for adults and children, including face painting and ecology tours. Everyone is welcome to drop in to the event marquee, outside the café near the Springfield Road entrance, from 11am.

The project has received initial support and development funding from the Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Parks for People programme. The event on 6 November will be an opportunity for local people to provide feedback on the plans as they are developed.

 

The project will restore the landscape and historic buildings within Springfield Park, drawing on its rich history and heritage. We want to involve people who use the park, so hope they can attend the drop in event on Sunday. We’ll also be running a programme of activities and events alongside the restoration, so local residents can get involved and keep up to date with the project.
Cllr Feryal Demirci, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods, Transport and Parks

More information about the project and a questionnaire about the future of the park is available at hackney.gov.uk/springfield-park. The survey will be open until 11 December 2016.



 

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