Nairn Play has held a “very productive” meeting with a rep from the firm who will be supplying the new play equipment at the Riverside
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STEWART Stansfield, Katrina Woods and Morag Anderson from Nairn Play were accompanied by newly-elected councillor Babs Jarvie when they met regional sales manager of Proludic, Roy Auld, to discuss the design for the long-awaited facilities. These will include three sets of swings, a zip line, slide, accessible/wheelchair roundabout, a balance trail and a puppy springer.
“We are very excited about getting the project completed and look forward to work starting soon,” said a spokesman.
“The community has been without a playground at Riverside for too long and we are sure it will be a welcome facility.
“It was good to see councillor Jarvie who took a keen interest in what we are doing and we brought her up to speed with the project.”
The cost is over £40,000.
n Nairn Play is now organising its opening day and is keen to hear ideas from the community, especially the children, on what they would like the day to look like.
It also wishes to hear from businesses who could sponsor/donate to the day. Email firstname.lastname@example.org