Boston Manor Park receives essential renovations

Published:  11 October, 2016

Boston Manor Park’s path and nature trail has undergone much needed renovations thanks to help from Rudridge.

Voluntary group Friends of Boston Manor, which helps maintain Boston Manor Park, received free materials and equipment from Rudridge as the winners of the company’s Community Fund campaign, which sought to assist a local charity, school or community group. The donation from Rudridge included drain pipes and aggregate.

Friends of Boston Manor are a voluntary group of people who work to raise the standard of Boston Manor Park and House for the benefit of the local community. Their activities range from organising voluntary projects to maintaining the Boston Manor Tennis Club, running the Pavilion Café and facilitating projects for the Youth Offending Service and Probation Service.

Linda Massey, who heads the Friends of Boston Manor volunteers, said: “Rudridge helped bring our vision to fruition. Together we have created a safe route through the park which is of great benefit to park users. They have been wonderful people to deal with and we cannot thank them enough for giving us the opportunity to work with them.”

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