A brand new Playdale site in Banbury has been officially opened by the town mayor.
Princess Diana Park has been given a £150,000 makeover with funds from the local council and Oxfordshire County Council Playbuilder Scheme.
The new playground offers impressive landscaping and natural play elements; comprising logs, boulders and mounds, alongside traditional play equipment including a jukebox climbing unit, an adventure trail, a team swing and an Amazon from our best-selling Jungle Climber range.
Anna Sewell, events and projects officer at Banbury Town Council, was pleased to see Princess Diana Park completed. She said: “These amenities have been a long time coming and everyone is delighted this popular park now has first class play facilities. We hope the children and youths benefit and learn through play for years to come.”
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