Improvements Completed at Cedars Park
(7th June 2004)
Improvements to water features at Cedars Park on Theobalds Lane have recently been completed as part of the council’s programme to improve the parks and green spaces in the borough. The works included repairs to existing pipe work and installation of waterfall and fountain units.
These works are part of a schedule of improvements to local parks that began in November and will finish late this summer. A series of improvements to play areas and sports fields have been completed. At Old Highway playing fields new fencing has been put up around the five a side pitches and basketball courts. Pound Close Skatepark has recently undergone extensive refurbishment including new surfacing and equipment. Hammond Street playing fields have recently been improved and a play area and shelter have been added. Current on going works to expand and improve play areas are taking place at King’s Road and Barclay Park. The final cost for all projects is £190,000.
Improving parks and open areas not only contributes to preserving the environment, but also encourages residents maintain a healthy and active lifestyle through visiting the borough’s parks.
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