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Jephson Gardens receiving a makeover


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A programme to improve the landscaping and biodiversity in a popular area of Jephson Gardens is set to begin next week.

The work, which is being managed by Warwick District Council’s Green Space team, will see the removal of a decaying tree sculpture. The sculpture was installed six years ago but has now reached the end of its natural life. 

The area will be re-landscaped with herbaceous perennials, and a low fence will be installed to protect the new planting in this busy part of the multi-award-winning gardens. 

Warwick District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Climate Change, Councillor Alan Rhead, commented:

“This is a further example of the amazing work of our Green Space team and contractors in managing the long-term care of this beautiful park, which is the jewel in the crown of Royal Leamington Spa.” 

Written by: David Watkins

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