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Wyndham Park in Grantham wins national award at Lord’s cricket ground




Picking up the award among the Fields In Trust winners were Wyndham Park Forum secretary Elizabeth Bowskill, fourth right, chairman John Knowles, third right, and SKDC's Grounds Maintenance Co-ordinator Steve Frisby, second right. Photo: Rich Merritt, Flux
Picking up the award among the Fields In Trust winners were Wyndham Park Forum secretary Elizabeth Bowskill, fourth right, chairman John Knowles, third right, and SKDC's Grounds Maintenance Co-ordinator Steve Frisby, second right. Photo: Rich Merritt, Flux

Grantham’s Wyndham Park has again been recognised for its outstanding quality at a national awards evening celebrating protected outdoor recreational spaces.

The park was nominated and recognised for two awards and was formally presented with an honour in the category of Showcase Centenary Field at the Fields In Trust Annual Awards last month.

Wyndham Park Forum chairman John Knowles and secretary Elizabeth Bowskill attended the awards at Lord’s Cricket Ground and were joined by SKDC’s Grounds Maintenance Co-ordinator Steve Frisby.

Mr Knowles said: “It was a fantastic evening and testament to the Park Forum, Glendale and SKDC’s continued work that the park has again been acknowledged with this accolade.

“It’s an important 2016 with the park’s Heritage Lottery bid being submitted next month and this award shows another reason why it is valued so highly.”



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