The Black Pool is ready for the new community garden to replace the vacant lot

Young people in the Black Pool will soon be able to grow their own fruits and vegetables in a community garden.

The Black Pool Council is licensed to convert vacant spaces into community gardens to prevent anti-social behavior.

The ground outside Bloomfield Road, near the football field, is surrounded by a 1.8-meter-long fence that serves as “community fun days”.

The plans are: “The land is a vacant lot that could be targeted for anti-social behavior with overgrown bushes and bushes. A new fence is being built to create a community garden.

“The garden is used in partnership with local community groups and teaches children to plant trees, shrubs and flowers.

It also serves as a fun day for the community.

By approving the plans, Council Planner Bethany Thornton reports: Noise disturbance to the detriment of desirability.

There are no windows at the top of the houses in front of the station and there is a strong border treatment for the site’s properties.

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