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NEW TREES FOR GRAIN COASTAL PARK, 

Fred B, Chairman. JAN 2022

 

Fred Butcher, Chair of Friends of GRain Coastal Park (F.o.G.C.P), has announced that the FoGCP (in partnership with St James, Isle of Grain, Parish Council) recently submitted an application to The Woodland Trust and have been successful in securing 131 trees which will arrive in March ready for planting.

 

Unfortunately, a previous attempt to plant trees in public areas resulted in them disappearing overnight. This time, it is planned to plant the trees in various areas where they will not be disturbed and not be so vulnerable to vandalism.

 

The Friends of Grain Coastal Park will use many of the new trees to infill those lost through age, vandalism and damage by weather. Some will also be offered to our local school for planting within their boundary.  The trees will be planted by FOCGP members and youngsters from the Isle of Grain community on an activity day – date to be agreed in Spring 2022

WATCH OUT FOR FURTHER DETAILS TO BE CONFIRMED SOON

 




The community gathered together for a wonderful Activity Day on Tuesday 26th October.

November 2021

Here are some great photos of Frankie and Joe enjoying all the activities on offer. We were based at the Pavilion and had Litter Picking, Nest-Box Making, Block Painting and Bulb Planting. Friends of Grain Coastal Park provided the litter pickers and hi-viz jackets, all the other resources were provided by LNG and Taylor Woodrow who sponsored the day. We were also joined by the fantastic local charity, wHoo Cares. A great time was had by all, a truly lovely community gathering. 



The Coastal Park gets an annual "haircut" to prepare the meadows for winter and next Spring's re-growth. 

November 2021

At the end of October, the Environment Agency and our hard-working volunteers, Phil and John, did a great job of mowing the meadows. Another seasonal change to the amazing space that is our Coastal Park. 

 



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