Hey there! Just some notes on your English.
- Make sure to use the correct verb tenses. In English, there is a wide variety of implications behind each verb, so choose the right one carefully. You’ll see that the most common error you made was using the present gerund “-ing” ending when something wasn’t immediate.
- When it comes to names of things that aren’t works of art, like community organizations or street names, be sure not to use quotations. Quotations imply that someone else has given a name for something as an entity on its own. Communities and streets are usually considered without sources for their names. To add to that, using quotations for an entity like an organization, ergo “ACLU” or “NRA”, would imply that an organization lacks legitimacy.
- Community awards in the West (such as in the UK or the USA) are usually given out by committees. To add to that, we don’t really think that parks have unique animals (sorry) - you might be looking for the word “zoo” there.
- When it comes to phrasing, your ideas are a bit unclear. If you’re learning English, try emphasizing in a somewhat terse format instead of a series of sentences.
- I see that you’re writing in British English (I think!). So be sure to change whatever I’ve written in American English to British English. I don’t think I used any uniquely American spelling mentions, but make sure.