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£1 Million for Kingswood Park?

The Friends of Kingswood Park and South Gloucestershire Council are applying to the National Lottery Heritage Fund for £1 million to give Kingswood Park a complete makeover.

Kingswood Park is loved by families, dog walkers, young and old, as well as schools and fitness groups. The Park must meet the expectations of all its users and at the same time provide sustainable habitats for insects, animals and wildflowers. £1 million may sound a lot for less than 10 acres of public green space, but we want everyone in the Kingswood Community to benefit from this makeover.

“This is our big chance to bring years of hard work in the Park to fruition, says Diane Thomas, chair of the Friends Group. Although the flowers look terrific at this time of year much of the underlying structure of the Park is crumbling. Kingswood has put up with our old children’s play area for too long.”

That’s why we are asking every Kingswood resident to take part in our survey asking what they would like to see in Kingswood Park. You can find survey forms in the library at the Civic Centre or you can fill in an online survey below.


Choose Sustainable Swimwear

Next time you wwimmers at your Active Lifestyle Centre, you could be splashing about in swimwear made from old fishing nets and other industrial waste recovered from the ocean and landfill.
The sustainable swimwear has arrived thanks to a partnership with Australian swimwear brand Zoggs whose Ecolast™ swimwear and accessories are made from a range of recycled materials.
It's the latest move by Circadian Trust, the not-for profit organisation that operates Active Lifestyle Centres, to maximise the company’s environmental credentials and follows several other green initiatives, including rainwater harvesting, the use of solar voltaic cells, and LED lighting.


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