Michael Lilley with Benson at Appley Park April 2024

MICHAEL LILLEY

Prospective
Parliamentary Candidate

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Isle of Wight East

MICHAEL LILLEY

Michael Lilley with Benson at Appley Park April 2024

Isle of Wight East

Prospective Parliamentary Candidate

Liberal Democrat branding white text with yellow bird

MICHAEL LILLEY

Michael Lilley with Benson at Appley Park April 2024

Isle of Wight East

Prospective
Parliamentary
Candidate

Liberal Democrat branding white text with yellow bird

Appley Park Spring Clean

Appley Tower, Appley Beach, Ryde, Isle of Wight

Saturday 27th April 10am – 1pm

www.facebook.com/appleypark/

Join Ryde Appley and Elmfield Ward IW Councillor Michael Lilley for an informal spring clean litter pick and park survey. (Litter pickers and bags provided).

With summer is on its way and after a soggy winter, we want to survey the park and what needs to be done to keep our gorgeous green space up together for the benefits of all residents – plants and wildlife included!

Some things might be sorting out the fencing at Little Appley, updating the signage and more.

Appley will be busy this year with Ryde Rowing Club Regatta, Appley Tower reopening and Wight Wave Beach Fest. Spring seems a good time to come together and give the park some TLC.

All welcome, bring the family and a picnic.

📌Saturday 27 April

📌10am to 1pm

📍Meet at No 2 Beach Hut (near toilets and car park)

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