Status 4 All successful in applying for Pocket Park Plus Funding

Date published: 13 May 2019


Status 4 All Leisure Garden and Allotments have been successful in applying for Pocket Park Plus Funding to put in a new path that will run through the community space in Langley, Midddleton.

The new path will link to a children's gardening area, equipped with a shed, playhouse, raised beds and a mud kitchen, this will be complimented by children from local Bowlee Park School creating a wildlife path made up of paving stone mosaics.

 

The new path at Status 4 All Leisure Garden and Allotments

 

Councillor Sue Smith said: “This will enhance the already amazing venue.

“Because of this work, our All 2gether Now project will be suspended for two weeks, this is a partnership project including Langley Theatre Workshop, RMBC and Jamboree Arts.

“As a local councillor I am proud of this new project coming into Langley which will also include educating our children on taking care of your wildlife, environment and community.

“I am extremely proud of Rochdale for their involvement in the Clean Air Strategy.”

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