North Herts parks and nature reserves receive Green Flag Awards
PUBLISHED: 11:59 24 October 2020
Five parks and nature reserves in North Herts have received Green Flag Awards to recognise the importance of well-managed green spaces.
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This year, Ivel Springs in Baldock, Oughtonhead Common in Hitchin, Howard Park and Gardens and Norton Common in Letchworth and Priory Memorial Gardens in Royston – all managed by North Herts District Council – were among the 2,061 green spaces to receive awards.
The scheme is managed by Keep Britain Tidy under licence from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Cllr Steve Jarvis, NHDC’s executive member for environment and leisure, said: “We work closely with John O’Conner Ground Maintenance, Countryside Management Service and various volunteer Friends Of groups to keep these sites well-maintained and thriving for people to enjoy and we are pleased that these efforts have been acknowledged.”
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