A new recreational facility complete with play area fencing
will be open in time for Christmas in Stanney Grange.
The facility is available for youngsters aged eight and over and has been designed by pupils at the Oaks and St Bernard's primary schools and the University Church of England Academy.
Eight weeks of construction work commenced on Monday (October 31st) after funding was provided by the National Playbuilder initiative and Cheshire West and Chester Council.
Marks & Spencer also provided some much needed capital through its 5p charge for carrier bags.
Dave Tai, area manager of the Our Place team, told the Ellesmere Port Pioneer that it is great to see work finally getting underway.
"Residents have wanted the development for so long. It will provide a much needed, safe play area for the young people of the Stanney and Wolverham neighbourhood," he added.
Residents of Huyton recently welcomed some new play area fencing as part of renovation work on McGoldrick Park.
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