Monday 6th November 2017- By Peter Lindsey
A council has announced £100,000 will go towards replacing and repairing children’s playgrounds and parks.
Brighton and Hove City Council will use the £102,000 on parks including Victoria Recreation Ground, Portslade, which will get replacement swings and an additional basket swing.
Hangleton Park will get a replacement climber unit and Dyke Road Park will get a new slide.
Money will also go towards the replacement or repair of surfacing and new gates at a number of play areas.
Nearly £20,000 has been allocated for planting in Green Flag parks Easthill Memorial Garden, Preston Park, The Level, Stoneham Park, Kipling Gardens, St Ann’s Well Gardens and Hove Park, as well as improving bins in the city centre parks and signage in Kipling Gardens.