Armley: Gathering will discuss parkland activities – and tidy historic pocket park

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Charlie Cake Park, Armley. Photo: Mark Stevenson

A ‘New Year gathering’ will discuss volunteers’ plans to improve and maintain Armley’s common land – and also tidy a small pocket park.

Members of the Armley Common Right Trust are inviting people to join them for a get together to discuss future events and activities at historic Charlie Cake Park in Armley.

There will also be a tidy up, hot drinks and biscuits at the event, on Sunday, 8 January 2022, 11am-1pm.

Armley Common Right Trust is one of the oldest charities in Leeds. Established in 1799, the community-led charity protects six public green spaces on behalf of Armley people. These are at Hilltop, Charlie Cake Park, Moor Top, Armley Moor, Far Fold and Ley Lane.

The Trust over the years has helped to supply free hanging baskets, organised Easter Egg hunts, bulb planting, given seeds for wild flower meadow planting and hosted “Playbox” in Charlie Cake Park for the children.

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