Play park reopens after £20k refurb
0 Have your say Residents have welcomed the re-opening of a popular play park after it underwent a £20,000 refurbishment.
A special event took place to mark the reopening of the facility in Seghill, which is bordered by The Crescent, The Close and surrounding area.
Coun Darren Mullen, chairman of Seaton Valley Council, was on hand to cut the ribbon to officially re-open the refurbished play park while guests were able to enjoy ice creams, balloons and gifts.
The park has had new equipment added to it and has gone through a complete make-over. Railings have been repainted in bright colours... read more
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