Greenfield Gardens has a long history as a popular and much loved local green space. Back in 1931 it even had a bandstand and a large fountain! Even though many of our children and families walk to and from school through this park and enjoy the play equipment at weekends, in recent times Greenfield Gardens has become a magnet for anti-social behaviour and litter. As a follow-up to the PACT (Police and Community Together) Meeting on Saturday 15 October in Stourbridge Library, last night we hosted a meeting for concerned neighbours, local residents and regular park users. It was decided that the time for action has come. Requests for support are going to be made to the Council and the Police, but to get the ball rolling there will be a litter pick this coming Sunday (20 November) at 10.00 am. If you would like Greenfield Gardens to be a cleaner, safer place for your children to play and for you to use, please do your best to come along and join.
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