Sefton Park Renovations Have Begun
Mid-winter, and the rawest, sorest part of the oh-so necessary works on Liverpool’s Sefton Park has begun. Here lies the pink ribbon of protest an anonymous tree-lover tied on this felled tree. And here (below) lies scattered the still fresh sawdust of the vigorous cull of trees around the upper lake. Soon, we are assured, these voids will be host to new and vibrant growth. Soon, our park will be even more lovely than before.
More information on Sefton Park is available here.
Photographs of Sefton Park on this website include:
Liverpool’s Sefton Park Trees Under Threat – Unnecessarily? (Photo of the subsequently removed Willow tree in the Cherry Blossom / central lake)
Cherry Blossom For May Day In Sefton Park, Liverpool.
For more photographs please see here.
Posted on February 1, 2008, in Liverpool And Merseyside, People And Places, Photographs And Images, Regeneration, Renewal And Resilience, Sustainability As If People Mattered, Travel and tagged Travel. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.