Bloomfield play area in Bath has new play equipment suitable for all ages, from toddlers to teenagers.

The new modern play unit, set in a larger sand pit than previously, was chosen by members of the public at a drop-in public consultation session at the site in September.

The park has been improved as part of Bath and North East Somerset Council’s £115,000 investment in play facilities across the area this year (2015/16).

Cllr Martin Veal (Conservative, Bathavon North), the Council’s Cabinet Member for Community Services, said: “Our play park facilities are well-used and enjoyed by children of all ages.  This new equipment has been carefully selected with the families who use the park, to ensure users can continue having fun, safely.”

Children on sand and ramp in play area Child on rope bridge Child on roper bridge hood hding face
Child on slide Councillors cutting ribbon Children on rope bridge with Councillor
Children stepping onto rope bridge Children on rope bridge with Councillor waving Children on slide

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