Crystal Palace Transition Town is leading a tidy up of the Upper Norwood Joint Library car park – behind the library – at 2pm tomorrow (Saturday).
Transition Town say: “The idea is to clear the rubbish, do some weeding and explore the possibility of creating a couple of flower beds etc. “Please bring gardening gloves, though we should have some spares, secateurs or shears might be useful too. “And if anyone who lives close by has some materials that could be used to make some raised beds that would be useful too. “If anyone would like to get involved they would be very welcome.”
If children are in attendance they MUST be kept under close adult supervision. Robert Gibson a member of the Upper Norwood Library Trust and the Crystal Palace Transition Town steering group said: “Our much loved library is a very important part of our community and an anchor to our high street, feeding additional customers into our independent retailers who do so much for our local economy. “We are expecting a great turnout.
“As our library serves all five boroughs that make up Crystal Palace it would be nice to see some of our local politicians get involved too.”