A whole lot of faculty youngsters, and some large youngsters too, attended the opening ceremony at Hunter Avenue play space on Friday 29 April.
The Mayor of Ashford, Councillor Callum Knowles, carried out the ribbon slicing ceremony alongside Ashford Borough Council and Kent County Councils members. There was free ice cream for these attending, and even the climate performed properly too.
Hunter Avenue play space is located on Hunter Avenue, South Willesborough, Ashford, and has not too long ago been revamped following a £200,000 funding.
It now features a fenced space for youthful youngsters to play in, a Incapacity Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant roundabout and excessive backed swing chair. The park includes a 25m Lengthy zip wire, a bigger junior multiplay unit, double width mound slide, swinging space and mini soccer targets for a casual kick about.
The brand new seating and picnic tables have been put in to supply communal area, accessible for all, with a model new out of doors health club space to enhance free entry to well being and wellbeing actions for the area people.
Working with Wicksteed playgrounds, accessibility and inclusive play have been essential elements, with play gear for all skills and age teams.
Having used consultations with residents from February 2020 we’ve obtained nice suggestions from native residents who’ve embraced the substantial enhancements for the reason that tender opening earlier this month.
The funding for the play areas got here from a mixture of presidency covid funding from Kent County Council (£134,000) and Housing income funding (£46,000).
This current revamp is a part of the Councils dedication to offering native communities with top quality and accessible play and out of doors health club services. Consultations have simply taken place for an additional £1.1m funding in three play areas within the borough – Central Park, Park Farm, Bybrook; Spearpoint Recreation Floor, Kennington and Rylands Park, Bybrook.
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