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New Climbing Frame

 

The new climbing frame on the Green is complete. There is still fencing up while the cement around it sets fully. The fencing should be removed in the next few days.

Andrew Martin, Clerk RFO. Parwich Parish Council

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Parwich Toddler Group

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climbing frame kit

I hope they have the instructions!

Andrew M

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New Climbing Frame!

On Monday the new climbing frame will be installed on the green. It will be located between the tree with the seats and the existing row of swings. An artists impression of the installation can be seen here. Please note note that differs slightly from what will be installed. All of the features are the same but it is being installed in an “L” shaped configuration to tuck around the tree. This will maintain sight lines along the green and access for the funfair at Wakes.

Most of the current equipment was installed over fifteen years ago so an update with scope for more imaginative play has been well overdue. The equipment chosen was based on ideas provided by children at the school.

The Parish Council has been able to purchase the new climbing Frame with assistance from the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund (via the Derbyshire Environmental Trust) and the Derbyshire Dales Local Project Fund.

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This Friday children’s football restarts at the cricket pavilion at the usual time of 5.30pm… see you there!

Jason J

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Tonight will be the last Friday football until the back end of the summer holidays. James and I are going to take a short break from football and recharge our batteries.

Can everyone be aware that due to the amazing weather we have recently had, the lines around the football pitch have dried, cracked and opened up. These cracks present a trip hazard to people using the pitch or walking across the area.  I have discussed the matter with the council and have experimented using sand to fill in the cracks, but we are not sure how successful this will be. The issue will be discussed at the next council meeting to see what options we can consider (all suggestions welcome).

Please be reminded that children (and adults) play on the football pitch at their own risk. I will remind the children of these potential hazards before we start.

Kind regards

Jason

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