The lungs of the city
A summer afternoon in Croxteth
Dear members — in Victorian times, parks were seen as essential to public health, places workers could escape the fumes of industry and go to breathe clean air. During the pandemic many of us came to appreciate parks for a different reason — their benefits for our mental health. What role do parks play in the modern city? That’s the subject of today’s feature from Jack, reporting from Croxteth Country Park.
But first, a report into the energy contract fiasco at Liverpool City Council is described as “a complete waste of time.”
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