Reopening of Barn Meadow and Hervines Park Children’s Play Area

Friday, July 3rd, 2020
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We are pleased to announce that Barn Meadow Children’s Play Area and Hervines Park Children’s Play Area will be reopening from Saturday 4 July onwards. We request anyone using the play areas to maintain strict social distancing and good hygiene practice.

Please keep your children safe when using the facilities and do not enter the play area if the maximum number of users has been reached. If this is the case, please return later in the day.

Please read and take notice of the signage that has been erected in both play areas, as this is for your own safety.

All users should be aware of the risks in using a playground and take extra care and responsibility for sanitising and social distancing.

We are pleased to announce that the new facilities at King George V Playing Field, which includes the wooden play equipment, outdoor gym and skatepark, shall be open from midday on Friday 10th July. Please do no attempt to use these play facilities until this date.

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