Tree Planting and Tree Weeding in Cheney Row Park

Last year Cheney Row Open Space was transformed from an area “notorious for dog fouling, fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour” into the borough’s newest park. It now contains wildflower meadow patches, a viewing platform towards Walthamstow Wetlands, an outdoor performance area and a nature-themed play-area for children. 468 trees were also planted. Sixty-eight of these were…

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Saying ‘Goodbye to Bad Rubbish’ in Cheney Row Park

Volunteers from ‘Friends of Cheney Row Park’ (FoCRP) have been working hard over the last year to clear the backlog of historic fly-tipped and other accumulated rubbish, from the edges and wildlife areas of Cheney Row Park. On the second Sunday of the month, from 11am to 12.30pm, local residents turn up and do their…

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Grass cutting plan

🔊 Listen to this Central to the design of the new-look Cheney Row Park is an area of uncut grass that will encourage biodiversity. For me, it’s an important visual reminder that we share the space with nature and that we need to give nature an opportunity to thrive. The grass in the park will…

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Local bands play at Cheney Row Park

🔊 Listen to this Check out videos of Last Minute and Identity, playing at the Cheney Row Park Family Fun Day: