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Trees will have to be removed from park

AS PART of the start to the £3.3 million Hermitage Park regeneration and conservation project, Argyll and Bute Council and Friends of Hermitage Park have organised a tree walk this Saturday (January 7), to update people on the work about to begin and explain why some of Hermitage Park’s trees have to be removed.

A contractor is set to be appointed to start the work that will regenerate the Helensburgh park with improvements, including a new pavilion, a fountain plaza on the site of the old millpond, extensive conservation of the war memorial, new paths and lighting, interpretation panels, a new children’s play area and a demonstration garden.

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