Langcliffe Community Garden has won the 'Greener Craven' Award.

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The Garden was nominated by the Parish Council for a Craven Community Award. In association with the Craven Herald The project was shortlisted and, at the Awards Ceremony at Coniston Hotel last Thursday, In the category ‘Greener Craven’, the Langcliffe Community Garden took first place. Most of the village population has been involved in one way or another with the garden and this award is, at the same time, well deserved and most welcome. Four of the five trustees attended (David W., Ian, Mark and David C). Unfortunately, Ray couldn't make it. The four representatives were presented with an engraved trophy, a certificate, an M&S voucher and a bunch of flowers. 

An aerial view of the Community Garden in its early stages.

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New, and much used, garden seat.

David Croll, from the Langcliffe Community Garden Trust, said: “The Roger Stott Community Grant provided the tree seat in the centre of our community garden. The seat really has the 'Wow' factor - everyone comments on it and it has become the focal point of the community garden. It is so good to see people who have been working on the garden using the seat to rest and recover, also to see people from the village meeting there to enjoy the surroundings, watch the wildlife and, in the evenings, watch the sunset. All of this would not have been possible without the support of YDMT’s Roger Stott grant. We are all very grateful for their help and support.”