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Have your say on play area improvements

Worcester Editorial 1st Jul, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

RESIDENTS are being asked for their views on plans to improve a city play area.

Worcester City Council has made £40,000 available to spend on things for young people to do and they are now looking for ideas on the Lyppard Grange area, in Warndon Parish South.

The main proposal is to create a family-friendly woodland bike track, with more challenging areas for older children, along with landscaping of the existing parkland at Trotshill Lane East.

New equipment at the Swallowfields play area is also being suggested.

Coun Andy Roberts, cabinet member for cleaner and greener city and councillor for the area, said: “The working group has put forward some exciting plans which would transform the ageing play area and provide an attractive and varied new landscape, providing leisure opportunities for all ages.

“We are keen to hear local people’s views on the proposals before we progress further.”

Designs and feedback forms will be on display at the Lyppard Grange Community Centre, Ankerage Green, throughout July and will also be shown at the Lyppards Fete on Sunday, July 13.

 

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