Community members team up to improve our environment
Members of the local community, fire brigade and community officers, recently worked alongside Ground Control at a Community Action Day at Birmingham’s Oaklands Park. In a fantastic project, Ground Control was able to help plant over 300 native whips, in a bid to create an area of natural woodland.
The project was a great day for all members of the community to get together and help to improve our natural environment. A number of children from the local youth club also joined in to help transform the parkland. Dan Ashman, Site Supervisor, was on hand to coordinate the planting project;
“It is always a pleasure to work alongside local communities, especially when taking on projects which look to improve our surroundings. The team really showed their passion for going the extra mile for our community and environment.”
Alongside our community work, Ground Control has been working with Birmingham City Council in a £500k construction project to install a new footpath to improve accessibility in the park.