A PLAYGROUND in West Byfleet has been extended and improved after parents successfully campaigned for £25,000 in county council funding.
Woking Borough Council added £35,000 for the work, which took just over three months. The project included an extension of the existing play area, new equipment, a wooden activity trail, junior multi-play climbing frame, rope tunnel and multi see-saw.
The opening of the refurbished play area was attended by Beryl Hunwicks, the Mayor of Woking.
The campaign to get the grant was led by parents Rebecca Bradshaw and Emma Slaymaker.
Rebecca said the resulting playground was a brilliant facility and the campaign included other parents and West Byfleet residents.
“There is now equipment for older junior school children. The park is also very much a community facility,” Rebecca said.
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