was awarded to
Grangewood and Whitehorse Resident Association

Wednesday 9 June 2004

Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme

This Project Will Promote The Use Of The Restored Whitehorse Meadow Pocket Park. The Group Will Be Restoring The Pond, Footpath, Fencing And Installing A Seat, And Funding Is Being Requested For An Information Board, Leaflets For Residents And An Open Da

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  • Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
  • Charitable Expenditure
  • 2004
  • London
  • Croydon
  • London
  • Croydon North
  • London

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