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Park Play Area Update

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The Parish Council was questioned at its September meeting concerning plans to replace the Play Area on the Park.

The swings are at present out of use because of safety concerns as reported previously.

The Chairman explained that there is a Working Party actively looking at sourcing the £50,000 funding likely to be needed but repairing the existing equipment was not considered good value for money.

While he hoped that the new equipment would be in place by the end of the year, realistically the Play Area would not be commissioned before next spring in view of the complexities of raising the money.

In the meantime the Castlefields Play Area has recently been repainted and tidied and is available for use.

An appeal was made to the members of the public present to join the Working Party to help with the design process and help explore funding options.

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