Liverpool’s Sefton Park Trees Under Threat – Unnecessarily?
The heritage people are (at last) about to make improvements to Sefton Park. Much of the intended work is welcomed by everyone. So why must they remove certain trees – such as a lovely willow – which those who use the park as a local place for peace and quiet have come to regard as part of that tranquility? I hope they change their minds soon.
See also: What Now For Liverpool’s Sefton Park?
Cherry Picking Liverpool’s Sefton Park Agenda
Sefton Park’s Grebes And Swans
Liverpool’s Sefton Park, Swans, Herons And Grebes
Sefton Park, Liverpool: Winter Solstice 2006
Cherry Blossom For May Day In Sefton Park, Liverpool
Solar Lighting Could Solve The Parks Problem
Friends Of Sefton Park
Posted on September 1, 2007, in Liverpool And Merseyside, People And Places, Photographs And Images, Sustainability As If People Mattered, Travel and tagged Travel. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.