Forest Park Gets $40,000
The Community Trust has given $40,000 towards the
development of facilities at the Bottle Lake Forest
A Christchurch City Council Parks Unit planner,
Kelly Hansen, says the money will be used for interpretive
displays and information in the newly built visitors'
centre, accessible paths through the forest, bicycle dirt
trails for freestyle riders and improved mountain bike
It is expected that the centre will be opened
early in the New Year.
Further information: Kelly Hansen:
371 1688. s
Christchurch City Council
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