Toddlers in Braintree were celebrating after the security fencing
came down on the newly renovated play area.
Children from all over the neighbourhood came to try out the new equipment that has been installed thanks to a £50,000 grant from Braintree Council. Members Wendy Schmitt and Margaret Galoline were joined by children from Colourwheel Montessori School in Black Notley to open the park.
Designed for children from toddlers to teens and children with disabilities, the new play area includes a new see-saw, swings, roundabout, play matting, litter bins and benches for parents.
Mrs Schmitt said: “Braintree Council continues to invest in improving play areas to ensure children and children with disabilities around the district have somewhere they can meet friends, have fun and get active.”
The children of Braintree were not the only ones celebrating, as toddlers in Batley can also look forward to a new playground after the council approved a £16,000 renovation of the site.
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