Hixon Millennium Green The Venue for Community Events
A Safe Place to Play and Enjoy
Hixon Millennium Green Trust is a Registered Charity (No (1073477). The Trust is managed by unpaid volunteer Trustees.
Hixon Millennium Green was opened on January 1st 2000 as part of a nationwide network of Millennium Greens that are protected open spaces for 1,000 years. Trustees are charged with the responsibility of maintaining the Green for public use and community events.
What We Do
Hixon Millennium Green is situated at the heart of the village of Hixon in Staffordshire. The Green is mainly grass and is an ideal venue for community events. Each year Trustees organise a village fete to raise funds towards maintenance costs. Other events include big screen cinema evenings, Easter Egg hunts and national celebrations.
To Preserve and Protect Hixon Millennium Green for a 1,000 years.
Environment & Ecology
Hixon Millennium Green is an important area of open space in the centre of Hixon village. Numerous trees and bushes provide a habitat for birds and small mammals. There are a number of discreet hedgehog feeder stations. Bird boxes are planned for 2020.
Families & Children
Hixon Millennium Green is a cherished community facility, providing a safe place for children and families to play or picnic. The children's play area has equipment for young children, while the large area of grass is suitable for informal games.
Hixon Millennium Green Trustees have to raise over £1,000 each year to cover the cost of general maintenance. A number of fund-raising community events are held on the Green to entertain both children and adults. The annual summer village fete on the Green is major date in the village events calendar.
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