Children at Cleveland Square Play Park are enjoying new play equipment, recently installed by Newark and Sherwood Homes.
The children’s park – which is located in Hawtonville – is one of Newark’s busiest play parks. After receiving feedback from nearby tenants, the housing provider has invested in almost £15,000 to install an additional number of accessible pieces of play equipment.
A basket swing, roundabout, climbing frame, mini balance beam and a stepping stone trail have all been added to improve the parks offering.
Rebecca Rance, chief executive at Newark and Sherwood Homes, said: “We are delighted with the new accessible equipment at Cleveland Square Play Park. Our tenancy and estates team carried out a consultation with local residents and using this feedback, we were able to provide accessible equipment for children with additional needs.
“One of our main priorities at Newark and Sherwood Homes is to listen to tenants’ views and we carefully take every comment on board to make sure we are providing the service our tenants need. Our staff are committed to making a difference in local communities every day and it is great that everyone is now able to enjoy the park.”