Entries with tag play areas .

Free fun on offer at revamped Worcester play area

School’s nearly out for summer – and the Mayor of Worcester is hosting a free event at the recently refurbished Battenhall Rise play area (WR5 2DE) to celebrate. Free face painting, goodie bags and healthy snacks will be available for the first 100 children who come to the Battenhall Rise play site on Saturday 20 July between 10.00am and midday. Worcester City Council has completely...
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Improved Worcester play areas ready for school holidays

Three revamped play areas in Worcester are now ready for action – just in time for the school summer holidays. 21 pupils from the Oasis Academy in Warndon, who all have a 100% attendance record at school throughout the year, took a short break to try out the new play equipment at the Warndon Community Centre in Shap Drive, Worcester (WR4 9NX).  “Play is the one of the best ways for...
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More outdoor play on the way for Worcester

Worcester City Council is revamping four play areas this spring, in a bid to improve opportunities for children to enjoy outdoor play – and there’s some new equipment for adults too! Over £220,000 will be spent on installing new play equipment and resurfacing areas at four of the city’s most popular playgrounds.  Approximately 25 per cent of the costs will be covered by Section 106...
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More outdoor play on the way for Worcester

Worcester City Council is revamping six play areas this spring, in a bid to improve opportunities for children to enjoy outdoor play. Over £160,000 will be spent on creating a new play area near Oldbury Road (WR2 6AS), and in refurbishing or providing new equipment at existing play areas in KGV Playing Fields (WR4 9TL), Trotshill Lane East (WR4 0HX), Medway Road (WR5 1LH), Caisters Avenue...
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Work on revamped Diglis play area now underway

Work begins this week to install new play equipment at Diglis Playing Fields, as part of a major revamp of the whole area. Following consultation with local residents, imaginative, state-of-the-art equipment will be put in place, with different play areas providing a stimulating experience for both younger and older children. There will be a natural play mound complete with tunnel, wide...
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