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Playground Facilities

Risk Assessment for Re-opening of AAPC Playgrounds

Risk Assessment File Uploaded: 15 July 2020 244.2 KB

Play Areas

There are two play areas with various equipment within Abbotts Ann Parish. One at the War Memorial Village Hall and one on the Bulbery Sportsfield which also includes skate ramp equipment.

We kindly ask that young children are supervised by an adult whilst using the equipment.

With the exception of Bulbery Sportsfield, dogs are excluded from the play areas. In the interests of public hygiene, please keep dogs away from the equipment at Bulbery.

Regular inspections are carried out on the play equipment to ensure there are no obvious defects or issues, such as litter, bird fouling or loose bolts.

Should there appear to be any defect to the equipment or the surrounding areas at the War Memorial Hall or Bulbery please contact the Parish Council.

An annual safety inspection report is carried out on the equipment at War Memorial Hall and Bulbery by an independent body.  A pdf version of the report can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.