Vote for your Priority Park - deadline 30 January

The voting is almost over for the Mayor of London's Priority Parks programme that will distribute £4m to parks in the capital.

A total of 10 London parks will benefit from a major makeover as part of the Priority Parks programme.

The Mayor of London is giving ten grants of up to £400,000 to London's most needy parks to make them cleaner, safer, greener places to visit.

The parks chosen to win an award are down to the public - including those working in the parks shortlisted - and the voting closes on 30 January.

There are 47 parks to choose from.

They have been divided into five London sub-regions - North West, North, North East, South East and South West.

The winners will be the two parks in each of the five London sub-regions which get the most votes.

Register your Priority Parks vote online, or by post or mobile phone.


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