It is not just Perivale Park that is getting some attention.  The Government has just announced the winners of a national competition called “Pocket Parks”.

There are 15 London boroughs with these projects under way, including the Perivale Park Orchard Garden  project in Ealing. The list of projects in the  London boroughs area is:

Blenheim Gardens Resident Management Organisation, Bankside Open Spaces Trust, Community Education Foundation & Lyncx (CEF Lyncx), Friends of Ufford St gardens, Lambeth
Parkside Malvern Residents Association Crop Drop, Haringey
Friends of Rayners Mead, Friends of Harrow Weald Recreation Ground, Friends of Pinner Village Gardens, Harrow Recreation Ground Steering Group,  Harrow
Friends of Abbey Gardens, Friends of Stratford Park Ambition, Aspire, Achieve, Newham
Clapton Common Boys Club Living Streets, Crop Crop, Hackney
Queen’s Promenade Friends, Kingston
Friends of Bridge House Pond, Hounslow
OrganicLea Community Growers, Groundwork South Trust, Love North Chingford CiC, Wood St Walls CIC, Waltham Forest
Our Yard, The Harington Scheme, Barnet
Edward Woods Initiative, Hammersmith & Fulham
Wimbledon Park Residents Association, Merton
Coram’s Fields & the Harmsworth Memorial Playground, Camden Highline / Camden Town Unlimited (CTU),  Camden
Friends of Beckenham Place Park (FBPP), Friends of Railway Children walk, Lewisham
Horsenden Allotment and gardening Association, RedGreen Group, Ealing
Wellbeing Co, Enfield

All of which suggests that when the London National Park City is launched in July, there will be lots of new things to see in the London area!

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