Views wanted on adventure playgrounds

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Visitors to Crawley Borough Council’s adventure playgrounds are being asked what they think of the service.

The council is looking to improve its four playgrounds – Cherry Lane in Langley Green, Creasys Drive in Broadfield, Millpond in Bewbush and Waterlea in Furnace Green – to provide a better service to more visitors.

Council staff will be visiting the sites from now until August 30 to ask users for their views on what works well and what needs improving.

A questionnaire has been developed to capture users’ views of the adventure playgrounds. It gives residents the chance to have their say, suggest improvements and help shape the future of the service.

The questionnaire will collect information on the usage of each site as well as frequency of visits, likes and dislikes, adventure playground equipment and potential improvements.

Councillor Duncan Crow, Cabinet member for Leisure and Culture, said: “We have invested a lot in our adventure playgrounds and are keen to ensure we are attracting as many children as possible, and to provide the facilities and activities that they tell us they want.

“By completing this questionnaire visitors to the four adventure playgrounds will help us to provide an improved service in the future.”

For more information and to complete the survey, visit Crawley Borough Council’s parks page