Hollands Way Playground Revamp
The Parish Council are hoping to revamp the Hollands Way Playground next to the Village Hall with a working group of parents, residents and parish councillors.
This is such an important space for children to play and socialise and the working group wants to be sure that what is provided, is exactly what the village needs and wants.
What is proposed?
The proposed design includes a bespoke multiplay unit with multiple climbing apparatus and unique broad slide, a new toddler play unit with steps, slide and lookout platforms, bouncy lily pads, stand-up see-saw, trim trail, pick-up-sticks climbing frame and several other items. The toddler swings will be refurbished with the cableway, aerial rotating swing and the swings remaining as they are and but the fence between the two areas will be removed to provide a more inclusive playspace for the range of ages.
How will it be funded?
The Parish Council are planning for the project to be funded through various sources including Section 106 money from housing developments around the parish, Parish Council reserves and through fundraising. Please visit our Spacehive crowdfunding page to find out more about the project and make a pledge to help this project be delivered! www.spacehive.com/hollands-way-playground-project.
Eibe have produced this fantastic design that is based around Warnham’s historical deer park and has a rustic and rural theme.
We would be very grateful if you could take the time to look at the designs and let us know any comments or thoughts you have. Any suggestions for additional items of play equipment or picnic benches, or other seating are welcome too.
We currently have nearly 70% of the funds required to build the new playground, BUT we need your help to reach our funding target of £65,000. Please help us to build this amazing resource for the youngsters of the parish and make a pledge to support the project via our crowdfunding page on Spacehive www.spacehive.com/hollands-way-playground-project.
Have your say!
You can also leave comments on the Hollands Way Playground Project Facebook Page