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New £19,500 multi-use games area installed

Written by on 10 January 2018

Residents young and old will be able to sharpen their skills after works to improve Kemsley Recreation Ground have been completed.

A new £19,500 multi-use games area has been installed by Swale Borough Council at the recreation ground in Sittingbourne, giving visitors the
chance to enjoy a range of ball games such as football and basketball, alongside the existing pitches at the park.



Cllr David Simmons, cabinet member for environment and rural affairs at the council, said:

“This is a great improvement to the area with a variety of outside recreational spaces that can be used by families and residents of all ages.

“It’s a great space for people to get together for some fun and exercise, and shows our commitment to providing good-quality, accessible areas that everybody can look forward to and enjoy.”

Further improvements to play areas being carried out this year include:

* A replacement junior play unit at Nursery Close Play Area, Sheerness – scheduled for spring/summer 2018
* Play area improvements at Windermere Road Play Area, Faversham – scheduled for spring/summer 2018

The council will also oversee the extension of Queenborough Castle play area which is being installed by Queenborough Town Council.

To find out more about parks and open spaces across the borough, visit: 


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