Love your Park Week

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This is happening between 14th. and the 23rd. July

love parks week

This year's Love Parks Week is an opportunity to demonstrate just how much our country loves parks. So let's get the whole community telling us why, to help us protect them for future generations.

Get involved

It's easy! From the 14-23 July, simply visit your local park, take a photo and share the reason why you love it on social media using the hashtag #LoveParks.
Keep Britain Tidy will also be re-tweeting and sharing their favourites on the Keep Britain Tidy social media channels.

More information is available here

Now we have a great Community space with our Woodland Walk that I am sure all Tarvin residents love. So lets flood the campaign with our photos & send them to Tarvinonline as well so we can publish them.
Why not say in the Comments section below why you love our Woodland Walk

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