In November, Keep Wales Tidy in partnership with Atlantic Wharf Residents Association (AWRA) and Cardiff Council Parks and Street Cleansing cleared an area of fly tipping on waste ground behind Silurian Place. AWRA have obtained a small grant from Tidy Towns to help develop this site to deter further misuse of this land by bringing together the school, community groups and local residents.
Following a meeting with myself, Bryony Butcher from Keep Wales Tidy's Eco-Schools and St. Cuthberts Primary School, the school spent last week looking at the site to see what they would like to see in this community garden space. Some of their designs are shown in the slideshow below.
Black Horse have already added their support on the ground when we get to that point in time. Although it is easrly days, we are looking to attract community artists into the project to help bring in some of the aspects of the design into mosaics to add further to the final layout of this garden.
For further details contact Chris Partridge on 07717 412 270 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Keep Wales Tidy's Tidy Towns' work in Cardiff
Hi, my name is Chris Partridge and I am Keep Wales Tidy's Tidy Towns Project Officer for Cardiff. Activities we undertake are often in partnership with Cardiff Council's Parks Department (both waste services and Community Park Rangers) and Street Cleansing. We have organised events for several businesses across Cardiff and is happy to accommodate future requests. For more information you can contact Chris on 07717 412 270 or by Email: email@example.com You can also follow me on Twitter for upcoming events @CardiffKWT