Have your say on the new Play Ground on Horfield CommonOctober 8th, 2013
Bristol City Council is supporting the refurbishment of the existing play area on Horfield Common under the Capital Stimulus Programme, which is providing funding for improving parks and green spaces across the city.
Information and design ideas are now on display around the play area. You can view the plans online by visiting the Friends of Horfield Commons website page http://friendsofhorfieldcommon.weebly.com/the-5-proposals-equipment-plans-and-layouts.html You are also invited you to come and discuss proposed designs and offer your comments and suggestions at The Ardagh on Thursday 24th October 2013, 4.30pm 7.00pm.
If you have any comments or suggestions you wish to make regarding the proposal to refurbish the play area please contact the Area Environment Officer by post, email or telephone (contact details below): By Friday 25th October 2013
Please ensure your views are sent to the Area Environment Officer to the following address: Mark Owen, Environment & Leisure, Neighbourhoods, 4th Floor Clifton Wing, Brunel House, St George’s Road, Bristol, BS1 5UY
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