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Have your say on the restoration of Bowring Park

30 September 2014

Make sure you have your say about the future of historic Bowring Park in Knowsley by completing an online survey.

 

Knowsley Council is seeking the views of local residents, community groups, organisations and service providers in Huyton and Knowsley on the restoration of the borough's most historic municipal park.

 

A new website has been launched www.restorebowringpark.co.uk giving information on planned improvements and inviting people to have their say on the restoration.

 

The survey will gather information from local residents and park users about how they use the park and what improvements, events and activities would attract more visitors.

 

The findings will help shape restoration and improvements at Bowring Park funded by a £1.9m Heritage Lottery and Big Lottery grant. Work will include improving the park's visitor facilities and restoring the walled and sunken gardens.

 

The survey, which will take just 10 minutes to complete, can be found at www.restorebowringpark.co.uk giving. For more information about getting involved in the consultation contact Phil Hurst on 0151 443 2482.

 

Cllr Eddie Connor, Knowsley Council's Cabinet Member for Leisure, Community and Culture said:: "Bowring Park faces challenges in fulfilling its role as a key public park for Huyton-with-Roby and surrounding areas. The original heritage features need much investment and the park needs to identify activities and services that would make use of these heritage features and attract local residents and visitors from further afield.

 

"This is where you come in! We want to find out from local residents, community groups and other organisations on your ideas of how Bowring Park could be improved. As well as physical improvements that may be needed, we are particularly keen to find out what activities and services you think the park should provide or could accommodate."





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