Playing with more cash
Increase in funding for play equipment in Honiton.
Plans to provide new play equipment in Honiton’s Allhallows Playing Field have received a cash boost.
The deputy mayor, Councillor David Foster, last week revealed at a meeting of Honiton Town Council that the play equipment funding had been extended by East Devon District Council – bringing the total to �11,400.
Pupils at Honiton Primary School will be helping to choose the new equipment to be installed in the playground and will be able to pick from a selection of options.
From the beginning, families have been encouraged to play a part in the development of facilities at the town centre park.
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Work to update play equipment is being carried out in phases and part of the overall scheme has already been delivered.
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