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Seventh heaven for award-winning Rugby park

Cllr Craig Humphrey, leader of Rugby Borough Council, and Cllr Dr Mark Williams, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for sustainable environment, celebrate Caldecott Park's Green Flag Award with park staff and youngsters from Hayley's Impact Dance School

Cllr Craig Humphrey, leader of Rugby Borough Council, and Cllr Dr Mark Williams, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for sustainable environment, celebrate Caldecott Park's Green Flag Award with park staff and youngsters from Hayley's Impact Dance School

Caldecott Park has won the Green Flag Award for a seventh year in a row.

A celebration took place in the Rugby park on Monday, with youngsters from Hayley’s Impact Dance School joining park staff and councillors to mark the achievement.

The Green Flag Awards, organised by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, aim to raise standards in parks and open spaces across the country, promoting well-maintained and well-managed parks with excellent facilities.

Cllr Dr Mark Williams, the borough councillor responsible for environmental policy, said: “Winning a Green Flag Award for a seventh year in a row is a great testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff, volunteers and residents, who all play a part in making Caldecott Park a place Rugby can be proud of.”

 

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