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    Weʼve raised £0 to help fund for publicity, printing and materials for the Green Gates Community Project in Frodsham.

    Frodsham, UK
    Closed on Thursday, 17th January 2019

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    We are trying to stop the process of land on ship street being built on, that has a covenant order, which is for a children's play area. We need to stop them turning this land into houses causing traffic mayhem, and reducing playing space for the young, and we want to enhance this community space for everyone to use. We are wanting to keep this has a junior children's park with disabled equipment, allotments, and a relaxing wildflower area for everyone to use. We are needing your help to raise funds to publicise this, print leaflets and promote The green gates community project. We appreciate all your help 👍😊

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        Green Gates Community Project

        Green Gates Community Project

        Frodsham, UK

        Community project to raise funds to regenerate Green Gates Park. FTC have proposed the sale of the land for housing; the local community has objected. The park used to have football posts and play equipment. In recent years the gates have been locked and the land neglected.

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