Park celebrating gold award in competition

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Ridley Park


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    New Post Leader, 16 October 2014. "A popular park has picked up the gold award in the parks category of the Northumbria in Bloom awards 2014. Blyth’s Ridley Park faced strong competition from parks across the region, including in Washington, Hordon and Sunderland, and the other joint winner was Mowbray Park in Sunderland. The park, on Belgrave Crescent in Blyth, offers a range of facilities including tennis courts, a bowling green, a children’s play area with water feature, a café, and attractive green open spaces. Northumbria in Bloom judges said: “Ridley Park is an outstanding example of a civic town park. It is well planned and maintained, has a wide range of planting styles, good leisure amenities......"
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