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    First trees planted in £800k landscaping project in Slough

    Slough Express has reported that councillors have planted the first trees as part of a £800k landscaping project in Britwell.

    The project is to transform Kennedy Park and Monksfield Recreation Ground.

    Leader of Slough Borough Council, Councillor Robert Anderson, and deputy leader and commissioner for neighbourhoods and renewal, Councillor James Swindlehurst, helped plant the first trees at Kennedy Park in Long Furlong Drive.

    New footpaths, an outdoor gym and natural play spaces, as well as more than 200 new trees, 10,000 seasonal bulbs and 5,000 native plants are all part of the landscaping project.

    It is the final phase of a major regeneration of Britwell which has included new homes and shops.

    To read the full story, please visit the Slough Express website by clicking here

    Image courtesy of the Slough Express

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