Armley: Appeal to repair Victorian fencing and litter pick at Charlie Cake Park

Armley Common Right Trust volunteers in Charlie Cake Park. Photo: Armley Common Right Trust

After last month’s sterling efforts by the volunteers at Charlie Cake Park, Armley Common Right Trust is organising another clean-up at the pocket park – and hopes to repair the last section of wonky fence.

Volunteers are welcome to go to Charlie Cake Park at 9am on Sunday, 2 April to carry out repairs to the metal Victorian fencing off Springfield Mount, with a clean-up and litter pick at the park following at 11am.

No experience necessary for either the fence repairs or litter pick, just muscle and willingness.

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.

Whether you’re into wombling, clearing, gardening, maintenance or administration, there’s a role for you at Armley Common Right Trust. Contact

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