August 17th, 2020
Nottingham City Council are due to start work on a memorial garden at Highfields Park today.
The garden will include a figure of 8 path, pergolas, sculptures and tree planting. The work was due to take place earlier this year but was postponed due to the pandemic.
Barriers and fencing are to be installed today (Monday 17 August) to ensure the area is cordoned off from public use, and all COVID-19 safety practices and precautions are being observed.
The main project is due to commence on Monday 24 August and the work is expected to last 6 weeks.
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