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Yours to discover – the newly re-developed Ebury Play Area

13th April 2016

ebury-play-area-3-jpg.JPGThe Ebury play area, located within the striking open space of the Aquadrome in Rickmansworth, has undergone a makeover in recent weeks and the renovation of the play area now boasts even more inclusive and exciting play equipment for residents to enjoy. 

The recognition of the work was supported by over 500 children and accompanying adults who visited the opening of the re-developed play area between 2-4pm on 8 April. 

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Development of the new impressive play area has involved installation of modern and traditional play equipment aimed at children of all ages and abilities, including a refurbishment of the popular ‘Purple’ play tower.js-ew-066.jpg

The play area has got something for everyone, with many items ideal for those who require assisted play.  So whether you want to discover the play trail, swing on the jungle swing like a modern-day Tarzan, roll down the grassy mounds, zoom down the tube slides or just enjoy being pushed on the swings, balancing on the logs and jumping on the trampoline.

There is ample parking for all within the Aquadrome just a five minute walk from the play area and to complete the picture, there are newly installed tables and bench seats to enjoy a picnic. For those visitors who wish to exercise, there is also an outdoor gym within the playground.

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A resident in Rickmansworth said: 'Can I just say thank you. It's a lovely play area,.It needed updating and we didn't ask or moan, but are really pleased. You can tell that there has been investment in this play area. Thank you'

Another visitor added 'Thank you very much, it's lovely play equipment. My son is having a great time' and one small child on his way into the play area, just said 'Wow, look at that' he was beaming from ear to ear.’

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The Chairman of the Council, Eric Bishop officially opening the refurbished Ebury Play Area