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Castle Street Play Area

  1. 21 May 2018
  2. to
  3. 18 Jun 2018
  4. This consultation has closed

Consultation Closed

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We asked

Residents were asked to take part in an online survey to find out what new improvements to play area equipment needed to be installed.

You Said

117 respondents took part in the online survey with 64% choosing the multi-climbing unit over the wooden boat design. Requests were made to keep with the historical castle theme.

We did

Information about the play area designs can be located by clicking on the 'Play area plan' webpage above. The Press Release dated 5 April 2019 above explains that there is a castle themed climbing unit, an inclusive swing and a roundabout installed.

Traditional games and graphics have also been painted on the ground at the play area and equipment has been repainted and cleaned to make the play areas look as good as new.

Before work began, residents were consulted and asked to vote on what pieces of equipment they wanted in the play areas.

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Castle StreetChildrenLeisureOpen spaceParkPlay area

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