Stroud Court Woodland Walk

Wed, Jun 7th 2017 at 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

On 7th June Stroud Court Community Trust opened The Woodland Walk for the benefit of its residents. The Walk was built by volunteers from Nailsworth Rotary.


The official opening of The Woodland Walk marks the completion of the latest in a series of projects at Stroud Court Community Trust which have involved volunteers from Nailsworth Rotary. We have helped create a Sensory Garden and have designed and built raised beds for growing flowers and vegetables. These are for the benefit of the residents at Stroud Court.

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