Playground party & plans

The winning design - children and residents voted for this one
The winning design - children and residents voted for this one

A warm sun shone over Pitsmoor Adventure Playground for their ‘End of Summer Party’ on the 31st August. Face painting, team games, a bouncy castle and a DJ were some of the special activities.

The latest plans for the new playground building were on display and a specially made model helped people to visualise the layout of the new space. Residents and children could vote on their favourite building features.

The winning design included a glass pod, roof-top seating, disabled access and plenty of extra space in the building for activities and play.

Snack time
Snack time

The day proved a great success with 200 children and parents taking part.

Results from the consultation will help with fundraising for the new building. It is hoped the chosen design will be able to progress to planning shortly.

More information

Contact the Adventure Playground on 203 9394.

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