Current play area improvement works
We are currently undergoing work to improve some of our play areas. You can see pictures on this page. Please click a picture to view it in full size.
Hotham Park play area will be refurbished in April/early May 2018. The upgrade will include the replacement of the most popular items such as the large climbing frame with slide, the inclusive roundabout and the multi see-saw. The play area will continue to provide a range of play equipment designed for children with disabilities.
The Council has chosen Playdale Ltd to refurbish the play area at Hotham Park. Their design reflects the heritage of the park and aims to update the play area to provide an impressive playground for a range of different ages and abilities. In addition, improvements will be made to the safety surfacing to ensure the play area can be used all year round.
The Council would like to thank Hotham Park Heritage Trust for their contribution to the project.
The refurbishment of the play area at West Park will be carried out in April/early May 2018 to offer a woodland themed play area with wider range of equipment for children up to the age of 14. Wicksteed Ltd has been chosen to carry out the refurbishment as their design provides a wide range of challenging and exciting woodland themed equipment including a junior climbing unit with a large slide and an inclusive roundabout. The play area has been designed to be inclusive and accessible for wheelchair users and pushchairs.
The Council would like to thank Aldwick Parish Council for their contribution to the project at West Park.
The refurbishment of the play area at Southfields Recreation Ground will be carried out in April/early May 2018 and aims to provide a wider range of equipment for children of different ages and abilities. Wicksteed Ltd has been chosen to carry out the refurbishment as their design provides a medieval theme with a wide range castle style climbing units for both toddlers and juniors. In addition, the play area has been designed to be inclusive and accessible, and provides equipment designed for children with a range of abilities.
The Council would like to thank Littlehampton Town Council for their contribution to the projects at Southfields Recreation Ground.
The refurbishment at Hampshire Avenue Recreation Ground will include provision of toddler and junior climbing units, an informal kick-about area and outdoor exercise equipment. Improvements are to be made to the wider recreation ground including seating areas and tree planting which is planned for later in the year.
Wicksteed Ltd has been chosen to carry out the refurbishment at Hampshire Avenue. Their design provides a wide range of equipment for a range of ages and for children of all abilities and allows the play area to be more accessible.
The refurbishment and landscaping works at Hampshire Avenue are due to start in late April and the tree planting will follow in autumn 2018.