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Attleborough play area is "fantastic asset" for community

A new play area will be a “fantastic asset” after officially being opened in Attleborough last week.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to mark the opening of the new equipment in London Road on Monday, with councillor Vera Dale doing the honours.

“I have been passionate about this for so long,” she said. “To see it finally come to fruition is fabulous.

Cllr Vera Dale cut the ribbon to open the park.
Cllr Vera Dale cut the ribbon to open the park.

“There are so many people to thank, but a special thank you to our mayor, Philip Leslie, for his support, and our clerk, Michelle Barron, for her hard work in making it a reality. What a fantastic asset for our town.”

New bins have also been fitted in the town centre as the council looks to make the town more welcoming for families.

Cllr Leslie said that new picnic tables would also soon be built in the play area.

He added: “This is a wonderful addition to our town’s facilities and is a result of many hours of hard work by individuals and groups within our community.

“I’m delighted this is one of several projects currently being delivered by the town council to better utilise green spaces for the benefit of our residents.”

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