Plans submitted for Paignton seafront playground

thisissouthdevon.co.uk reports

DETAILS of the new £500,000 Lottery-funded playground for Paignton seafront have been submitted to Torbay Council.

The ideas by landscape architect Rob McGuiness at Bay architectural firm Kay Elliott include a timber board walk bridging the play area and offering views in both directions; earth mounds between two and three metres high with climbing nets, poles and dens; streams for paddling and a mist machine.

[SOURCE: thisissouthdevon.co.uk – Unveiled… new plans for the £500,000 play park on Green]

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1 Comment on Plans submitted for Paignton seafront playground

  1. i think this is a good idea because it keep children off of the streets. Also that when you go to the flagships children will have a place to play.
    Were will the fair go?

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