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Park users give vision of improved Bethnal Green Gardens

PUBLISHED: 08:00 21 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:54 05 October 2010

PARK users are being urged to tell council bosses how they should improve a well used park. Bethnal Green Gardens, which is also known as Barmy Park is getting a facelift this autumn and winter. Plans for the well used and popular park include new sea

PARK users are being urged to tell council bosses how they should improve a well used park.

Bethnal Green Gardens, which is also known as 'Barmy Park' is getting a facelift this autumn and winter.

Plans for the well used and popular park include new seats near the formal garden next to Bethnal Green underground station, space for a Stairway to Heaven memorial commemorating the tube disaster of March 1943.

The well used sports area will also get a revamp and more work is planned for the woodland area to encourage wildlife.

Contact Deirdre Munro on 020 7364 3283 or consultation@towerhamlets.gov.uk with your views


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