Highfields Park restoration gets underway


February 7th, 2017

Work on Highfields Park, a Grade II* Listed park, has begun, including restoring buildings and park infrastructure.

Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Big Lottery Fund’s Parks for People programme, Nottingham City Council and other partners, work will be completed by the end of 2017 and will include:

  • Restoring buildings, park infrastructure and features including bridges, historic railings, ticket office and boathouse
  • De-silting the lake and improving the waterside boating area
  • Repairing footpaths
  • Refurbishing the entrance from the new tram stop, including creating an entrance feature and restoring the historic gas lamps
  • Tree works, including opening up historic views
  • Producing new croquet lawns from the two current bowling greens, enhancing the high quality croquet facilities
  • Creating an adventure golf area
  • Improving putting greens

More information about the Highfields Park restoration can be found on the Nottingham City Council website.

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