Inspiring Places

Groundwork Greater Nottingham

Inspiring Places

Completed project launches at Archers Field, Stapleford

A celebration and planting event is planned for the completion of biodiversity and access improvements at Archers Field in Stapleford. Working with Broxtowe Borough Council, the work has improved access around Archers Field, creating new footpaths, a wetland area and new seating. As well as this information will be displayed informing people about the history of the Ridge and Furrow landscape of…


Celebrations for new park at Knowle Lane Recreation Ground, Kimberley

Local councillors and children from Kimberley Primary School helped to launch new play facilities at Knowle Lane Recreation Ground in Kimberley.

New climbing equipment, basket swings and an embankment slide amongst other equipment was installed on the site and local children and councillors helped to formally open the site with an autumn celebration.


Robin Hood Chase gets new play facility, St Anns, Nottingham

A celebration event took place at the new play facility within the Robin Hood Chase Recreation Ground, attended by representatives from Nottingham City Council and WREN who both contributed to the funding for this project.

Groundwork carried out an engaged consultation process with the local community to produce the designs, seek funding and manage the delivery of this much needed improvement…


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Groundwork Greater Nottingham is the trading name of the Greater Nottingham Groundwork Trust Ltd, a charity registered in England and Wales; number 1003426. Registered address: Unit A, Tennyson Hall, Forest Road West, Nottingham. NG7 4EP.


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