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|Green Flag success for Hall Place and Gardens|
The gardeners and volunteers at Hall Place will be celebrating receiving their 16th Green Flag Award by raising the new flag during Love Parks Week (21st – 29th July).
Bexley Heritage Trust, who manage the Tudor mansion and gardens has received the Green Flag Award for the 16th consecutive year, one of only a handful of parks in the country to do this. The Green Flag is a sign to visitors that Hall Place is a high-quality green space and that the park is well-maintained and well-managed, with excellent facilities.
The Green Flag judges for Hall Place said “Hall Place and Gardens is a beautiful site which is clearly well used and well loved by many visitors. A strong, very supportive and dedicated team of staff and volunteers make the visit a memorable occasion. A well deserved Green Flag Award winning site.”
Paul Todd, Green Flag Award Scheme Manager, said “We are thrilled to announce yet another record-breaking year for Green Flag Award parks and green spaces. A Green Flag Award provides national recognition for the achievements of all those whose hard work and dedication has helped to create these fantastic places for all to enjoy.”
The Green Flag Award Scheme is managed in the UK by a consortium, comprising Keep Britain Tidy, The Conservation Volunteers and GreenSpace. Known collectively as the Green Flag Plus Partnership, the consortium manages the scheme in England on behalf of the Department for Communities and Local Government and in Wales for the Welsh Steering Group.
Green Flag Award recognises well-managed, high-quality green spaces. Any green space in the UK is eligible to win this award providing it is freely accessible to the public. Previous winners include parks managed by local authorities as well as those run by community groups and trusts. The scheme was set up in 1996.
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