Design suggestions for a new look play area at Ovington Drive, Kew are to go on public display later this month.
Children from Kew Woods Primary School have been working closely with Sefton Council’s Parks and Greenspaces team to come up with a number of designs and suggestions for a revamped Ovington Drive Play Area.
The results of these ideas will be presented to the surrounding community at Kew Woods Primary on Monday February 19 from 6pm.
Following the community consultation, a final design will be prepared before the next stages of the project.
Cllr Ian Moncur, Sefton Council’s Labour Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said:
“We’ve been delighted with the response from children at Kew Woods who have come up with a wealth of fun, interesting and quirky ideas for the new look Ovington Drive play area.
“Ideas range from mini basketball hoops to dolphin slides and zip wires to a firehouse!”
“The message is loud and clear that children want a fun and vibrant play area that is inclusive and welcoming for all.
“We hope that the local community around Ovington Drive come along to the meeting and have their say on what matters most to them in a new play area.
“These suggestions, combined with ideas from pupils, will then go toward forming the final design.”
All are welcome to attend the consultation at Kew Woods Primary School, Ovington Drive on Monday, February 19 from 6pm.