As The Parks Trust, the charity that cares for Milton Keynes’ parks and green spaces, begins what will be an exciting 2017, it has reflected on its highlights of 2016.
It was a successful year for the Trust, with the acquisition of a number of new parks, as well as wakeboarding centre WakeMK, located at Willen Lake. In addition, The Parks Trust hosted over 300 events in the parks, many of them organised by local groups, with 220 education sessions also held for people of all ages.
David Foster, Chief Executive of The Parks Trust, said: “2017 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for us, with a number of large scale developments planned for our green space.As The Parks Trust, the charity that cares for Milton Keynes’ parks and green spaces, begins what will be an exciting 2017, it has reflected on its highlights of 2016.
“As we begin a new year it’s important to reflect on the successes of the last, which is why we’ve compiled our top 10 highlights from 2016, covering everything from the acquisition of WakeMK, the addition of Floodplain Forest Nature Reserve and Stanton Low Park to our green space, and the fantastic work of our operations team. We hope people will enjoy these, and we look forward to welcoming even more visitors to our parks in 2017.”
The Parks Trust – 10 Highlights of 2016
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