Fenland's parks maintenance contractors ready to hit the ground running
Parks and open spaces the equivalent size of 3,000 football pitches will be cut, strimmed and trimmed this year, as Fenland District Council’s annual grass cutting programme gets underway.
The wettest February on record means there may be a delay in mowing some of the larger green spaces across Fenland, as they remain too waterlogged to be cut.
But Tivoli, the council’s grounds maintenance contractor, is ready to “hit the ground running”, carrying out what it can to get the district looking shipshape in time for summer.
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