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Play Days Arrive

Published Monday, 12 November 2012

Play days are here again after Enfield Council completed the finishing touches to a £600,000 improvement scheme to improve the quality of five playgrounds in the borough.

Cllr Bond

The children's play areas in Albany Park, Aylands Park, Cuckoo Hall, Durrants Park and Weir Hall Park have been refurbished and upgraded and were officially unveiled ready for the half term holidays.

New equipment including swings, slides and see saws have been installed in the play areas along with special soft surfacing designed to keep youngsters free from bumps and bruises.

Enfield Council's Cabinet Member for Environment, Cllr Chris Bond, said: "We want children to enjoy the great outdoors and we've provided some brilliant new play equipment so they can do exactly that in a safe and stimulating environment.

"This investment in our parks shows how highly we regard our open spaces and how determined we are to encourage as many people as possible to use them. We hope youngster will have a whale of a time whenever they visit these upgraded playgrounds."

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