Diss Park to get new play areas
Work to install the new junior and toddler play areas in Diss Park is due to start this month. The scheme is being partly-funded by �10,000 from recycling company Wren and should take up to five weeks to complete.
Work to install the new junior and toddler play areas in Diss Park is due to start this month.
The scheme is being partly-funded by �10,000 from recycling company Wren and should take up to five weeks to complete.
During this time a certain amount of disruption is anticipated. However, the junior swings, aerial runway and basketball area will remain available for use.
The town council has spent the last two years seeking funding for the long-awaited scheme.
You may also want to watch:
Town mayor Simon Olander said: 'This is a project the council has been keen to bring to fruition, and the installation of this new play equipment is the first phase of the large park regeneration project. We are delighted this is now going ahead and is a welcome addition to the many other facilities that the town council provides for the people of Diss.'
The new play facilities are designed to provide an exciting and innovative play scheme for children to enjoy for years to come.
- 1 Steam trains to run at night with illuminations this Christmas
- 2 What is the government's Plan B for Covid this winter?
- 3 Who can get a Covid booster jab and how can I book one?
- 4 Police chief urges people to be sensible this Halloween
- 5 Could we face coronavirus restrictions over Christmas?
- 6 New project launched to restore south Norfolk countryside
- 7 Pumpkin patch with street food and children's games to open
- 8 CCTV image released after man in his 70s suffers life changing injuries
- 9 Arrest in Diss after police carry out drug warrants
- 10 "I thought I had freshers flu, but Drs said I could have died within a week"
It was hoped that new paths across the park and through the new play areas would be installed at the same time.
Funding for these will now be achieved through the wider park regeneration project which is continuing to be progressed.
Landscape architects are working on a scheme that will soon be available for public consultation, before funding is sought.