Fareham Borough Council needs your help to improve Portchester Park Play Area, as part of their five-year Play Area Improvement Programme.
To help decide how the play area could be improved residents are being asked to pick their favourite style Junior and Toddler multi-climbing units.
For the juniors, you can choose between a brightly coloured metal climbing unit or a wooden and metal coloured climbing unit.
For the toddlers, the choices are either a pirate themed or nursery rhyme themed climbing unit.
All other existing equipment will be painted and other smaller improvements will be made to enhance what is a very popular play area in Portchester.
Executive Member for Leisure and Community, Cllr Sue Bell, said: "Portchester Park is the latest play area which we've identified for improvements, as part of our on-going investment to improving play facilities within the Borough. I would like to encourage residents to get involved and have their say so that we can make them as enjoyable as possible for years to come.
Visit www.fareham.gov.uk/consultations to get involved or visit the Council's Facebook and Twitter pages. The consultation ends on Tuesday 5 June. Works to the play area are expected to begin in 2019.
For more information about the Play Area Improvement Programme visit www.fareham.gov.uk/leisure.
Notes to editors:
Portchester Park location: Westlands Grove, Portchester, next to Portchester Community Centre. Pedestrian access from the A27 and Shrubbery Close.
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