Three chances to tell us face-to-face – what is the future of play in Worcester?

Graphic with the words, "The future of play in Worcester. We want to hear about your experience of playing in Worcester!"

Children, young people, and their parents and carers are being given the chance this week to have their say face-to-face on the playgrounds and outdoor spaces they want to see in Worcester.

As part of a major consultation on the future of play in the city, Worcester City Council is hosting three drop-in sessions for people to come along and give their views in person.

Details of the three sessions are:

  • Friday (3 February): Perdiswell Leisure Centre (4-6pm)
  • Saturday (4 February): The Hive (10am-2pm)
  • Saturday (4 February): Guildhall (midday-4pm)

Councillor Robyn Norfolk, Vice Chair of Worcester City Council's Place and Economic Development Committee, said: "We really want to hear from the children and young people who use Worcester's playgrounds and outside activity areas. We want to know which ones you like, and where you want to see better spaces for play and socialising.

"These three sessions are the ideal chance for you to come and meet council officers and tell them face-to-face what you like and what you want to see in the future.

"We want our outside spaces to be as safe, accessible, and fun as possible, so please take this opportunity to tell us how and where to do that."

The consultation is also available online.

This consultation does not cover indoor spaces to play and socialise, as they are mostly run by organisations other than the City Council. 

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