LONDON, June 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ —
The re-launch of a Tulse Hill adventure playground by a local collaboration of High Trees, Lambeth Council, Bubbas Restaurant and Balfour Beatty was toasted by the local community at a high-spirited launch party last week. High profile speakers and local performers congregated to celebrate their achievements, reminisce about old times and rejoice in their future.
Several local musicians sang to the crowd, who enjoyed food and drink from the local Bubbas Restaurant, as their children tried out the new facilities.
Clovis Reid, who received an MBE for 40 years of service to the Lambeth community, spoke about his memories of Tulse Hill and how he recognised many faces from the 1970s in the audience, now with their own children. He said that it’s projects like the new adventure playground that will keep people feeling good about their area for decades to come.
Margaret Pierre-Jarrett, Director of High Trees said: “High Trees is very keen and excited to be working with the community to find ways to open up the Adventure Playground more often so that local families can enjoy and benefit from using this space.”
High Trees Community Development Trust
High Trees Community Development Trust is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. Established in 1998 and based in Lambeth, South London, High Trees has been delivering projects and services to local people for the last 15 years by offering personal and skills development courses for all sections of the community.
High Trees is now an established community anchor and hub. We work with local people and external partners to build the capacity of individuals and smaller voluntary community organizations. Through the projects and services we deliver, and partnerships we enter into we seek to regenerate the communities socially and economically.
Source: PR Newswire