East Brent play area opens after £25,000 overhaul
new-look play park near Burnham-On-Sea has been re-opened this
week following a £25,000 overhaul.
District Council formally opened the East Brent play park in Red
House Road with a ribbon cutting ceremony, as pictured here.
park at Red House Road in East Brent has received £25,254
of funding since work started in early November.
is a new roundabout, springie-seat and multi-play unit including
playhouse, crawl tunnel, ring climber, net bridge and slide.
old junior and toddler climbing frames have been removed, which
were coming towards the end of their useful life.
council said the project had been completed ahead of schedule
and within budget.
John Swayne, Portfolio Holder for Community and Scrutiny, said:
"Sedgemoor District Council is committed to investing in
play areas. These Sedgemoor parks, plus Southwell Gardensin Highbridge,
are just phase one of an on-going project to improve the play
facilities in our local parks."
next parks tabled for improvement, as part of phase two, are Talbot
Close, Stilings Close and Coleridge Gardens in Highbridge."
work is primarily funded by RLT2 developer funds with a proportion
being drawn from Sedgemoor District Councils Parks budget.