Following the news of grant from SITA Trust for the play area in Dundridge Park that was announced last month there is more good news to report – and you can help make it even better!
Friends Of Dundridge Park have been chosen as one of the three projects in this region’s public vote for the Tesco Bags of Help initiative administered by Groundwork.
The project is to build a new path to the proposed new play area that will be suitable for all including push chairs, buggies and mobility scooters.
The public vote in local Tesco stores runs from 27 February until 6 March and will decide whether Dundridge will receive the £12,000, £10,000 or £8,000 award. All local Tesco Stores that show the Bags Of Help logo will be taking part including Metro and Express stores.
Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork to launch the Bags of Help initiative across England and Wales. The scheme will see 3 community groups and projects in each of Tesco’s 390 regions across England and Wales awarded grants all raised from the 5p bag charge.
Please encourage friends and family to vote in Tesco’s to support the Dundridge Park project and share on social media outlets such as Twitter using the hashtag #BagsofHelp
BUT the good news does not stop there…
Friends of Dundridge Park have also been awarded a grant of £33,511 from Cory Environmental Trust for a Wildlife Path to link the pavilion to the deer path.
AND Cory Environmental Trust have also awarded a grant for play facilities in Meadow Vale, look out for more news about that soon.
These grants have all been secured through Friends of Dundridge Park and Meadow Vale Community Association working with a fundraiser paid for by St George Neighbourhood Partnership.