Wednesday, 17 August 2016


I am pleased to be able to say that part of funding made available due to a 106 agreement following the Booths Lane development will be spent improving the Queslett Nature Reserve.

Improvements will include the creation of a new chipped path across the reserve linking ASDA Way with Booths Farm Way. (ant thoughts on a new name for the path would be welcome.)
There will also be a upgrade (chipping) on some of the existing paths, new signs, new notice boards,  litter bins and wooden log benches.
Land at the end of the lake will be cleared in order for a small pick nick area to be established.

The reserve will not be disturbed to much and the priority will definitely stay focused on the wild life. and I would very much like to thank my fellow Fiends of the Queslett nature Reserve environmental group for their behind the scenes work fund raising and coming up with imaginative wild life improvement proposals.

Further 106 funding will be used to upgrade Turnbury Park, additional litter bins and signs for the Aldridge Recreation Ground, to improve the skate board centre in Perry Bark and to help cut the grass on the Glenmead playing field.

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