By Haddenham Webteam - 21st June 2017 2:45pm
The Parish Council would like to improve the children's play facilities at the Banks Park and Sheerstock play areas, and have asked the professional play equipment suppliers to provide their ideas in terms of creativity, safety and inclusion.
HPC has also put together an informal play survey to see what local children and parents would like and the Clerk is in the process of distributing this to local child-based organisations — schools, nurseries, playgroups, scouts, library etc.
For any residents who would like to contribute to this survey, it can be completed here, or you can download a printable version and complete it by hand, and return to the parish council office, which is located on the south-east corner of the village hall (the corner nearest the postbox in Banks Park)
The PDF version can be completed on your desktop / laptop and then returned by email, to:
The close date for responses is 30th June 2017.
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