TWO children’s play areas – one at Burnham-on-Sea and one in Bridgwater – are re-opening after being upgraded by Sedgemoor District Council.
Crosses Penn in Burnham-on-Sea will be open at midday today (January 22) and has a new climbing unit with three slides, a wheelchair friendly roundabout, four way see-saw, pendulum swing, assault course, wobble board, overhead rotator and two new access gates. The project cost £50,000.
Marsa Way in Bridgwater will be opened in the middle of next week and has a new climbing frame featuring three accesses and a slide, a toddler swing and some interactive talk tubes featuring a mobile phone design. The project will cost £15,000.
The projects have been funded by Sedgemoor council and the works carried out by Wicksteed Leisure Ltd.