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Green Flags flying over Ealing

Green Flags flying over Ealing

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Green Flags will continue flying over 22 of Ealing’s parks.

Ealing Council and local groups have today (14 October 2020) been awarded prestigious Green Flags for 22 parks and open spaces, further enhancing the borough’s reputation as one of the greenest and most beautiful boroughs in the capital.

Keep Britain Tidy’s Green Flag awards recognise and reward the best parks and green spaces across the country. A Green Flag flying is a sign that identifies the park for its high standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent facilities.

This year Ealing is celebrating and supporting our flags by lighting Ealing Town Hall green this evening, Wednesday, 14 October.

The borough’s 2020 Green Flag Award parks are:

Acton Green Common
Acton Park
Blondin Park
Bramley Road Open Space
Brent Lodge Park & Churchfields
Heathfield Gardens
Islip Manor Park
King George’s Playing Fields (Poor’s Piece)
Lammas Park
Montpelier Park
North Acton Playing Fields
Northala Fields
Pitshanger Park
Ravenor Park
• Southall Manor House Grounds
Southall Park
Southfield Recreation Ground
Spikesbridge Park
Three Bridges Park
Walpole Park

The borough’s 2020 Community Green Flag Awards went to:

Katherine Buchan Meadow in Hanwell
Litten Nature Reserve in Greenford

Councillor Mik Sabiers, cabinet member for environment and highways, said: “I am delighted that 22 of our parks and open spaces have been recognised with Green Flag status, it’s a wonderful achievement.

“If nothing else, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of our parks and open spaces in contributing to our health and wellbeing as spaces to relax, walk, exercise and play.

“Along with our great parks teams, there are hundreds of volunteers who work with them to create spaces which people can enjoy. Congratulations to them all, these flags are testament to your passion and commitment to make this borough a great place to live and visit.”

The Green Flag Awards is run by the environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy. They are judged by more than 700 green space experts who assess using eight strict criteria including horticultural standards, cleanliness, sustainability and community involvement.

Want to get more involved with your local community? Through active parks you can help care for the parts of the borough we all love – including our local parks and green spaces. Visit the Do Something Good website for more details.