Windsor and Eton Facelift Project update

The Windsor and Eton Society Facelift teams have been busy throughout the year working hard with businesses, residents and Royal Borough officers to have the towns looking great for everyone to enjoy.  Take a look at what they’ve been doing most recently, and remember the Facelift project does not end with the Jubilee weekend,  they have plans which will carry on throughout the Jubilee year and beyond, leaving a lasting legacy for the towns, to commemorate this very special year.

Cleaning of the 63 Queen’s Walkway medallions involving organisations and people from all over the towns.  Some medallions are still available for “adoption”.  If you would like to take part, contact the Facelift team.

The Project encouraged Jubilee window displays like this spectacular one at Daniels, and this along with others window displays were judged during the Jubilee Weekend with awards to be presented at an event later in the year.

The Borough had a special “deep clean” in the town centre on Monday 23 May.  Working parties cleared weeds in the Charles Knight Garden in Batchelors’ Acre on 10 May (picture 1 below) and planted over 150 plants and 16 metres of hedging in the Heritage Garden in Church Street on 17 May (picture 2 below).  More flowers were planted in time for the holiday weekend

1.     2. 

If you see uncleared rubbish or dirty areas, then you can report these on the Borough Website to alert the cleaning team to things that need attention.

One of the Church Street businesses put up 100 metres of bunting.

Steve Wright of Royal Mail pained the post box opposite the castle in Jubilee colours

For more information and to get involved please visit Windsor and Eton Society’s Website or contact the Team via Email [email protected]