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Ten parks across city to be repaired

- November 6, 2017

Brighton and Hove Council has announced that £100,000 will go towards replacing and repairing children’s playgrounds and parks.

The money will be used on parks including Hangleton Park which will get a replacement climber unit and Dyke Road Park which will get a new slide.

The £102,000 will also go towards the replacement or repair of surfacing and new gates at a number of play areas.

Nearly £20,000 has been allocated for planting in Green Flag parks: Preston Park; The Level; Stoneham Park, St Ann’s Well Gardens; Hove Park and Easthill Memorial Park, as well as improving bins in the city centre parks and signage in Kipling Gardens.


By Clare Calder




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