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Caught green-handed

DSDHA’s Paradise Park Children’s Centre’s infamous green wall, which dried up in 2009, is green again – or at least, it’s been rendered green

The award-winning centre, once home to the UK’s first green wall in the UK, has been re-clad and covered with a lattice of wire. Window-boxes have been built around the base of the building, and a few well-intentioned vines are being encouraged with bamboo sticks to climb the building.

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