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The culprits responsible for ‘wanton’ vandalism of playgrounds in Knocknacarra and other areas of the city must be apprehended so children do not lose out on these vital amenities, says local councillor Donal Lyons who vowed that work will continue to ensure funding for playgrounds will be included in future council budgets.
Ten playgrounds across the country have been shortlisted for a Brennans Bread playground makeover to help bring family playtime back. Sarsfield Square Playground in Athlone is one of the lucky 10 and they need your help! You can help win a makeover for the playground by logging onto www.BrennansBread.ie to register your vote. Built by the urban council in 1937, the playground in Sarsfield Square was initiated by the residents and Athlone Town Council under the RAPID programme.
The McGrath’s Field playground in Knocknacarra could be in line for a major upgrade if it can win the Brennan’s Bread Make Over Competition.
Established in Claremorris since 2005, Park Academy aims to provide a quality childcare service, where each child will learn and develop as an individual, in a stimulating, child-centred and happy environment.
Work has commenced on a playground and a multi-use games area in Kilkelly, Swinford Electoral Area councillors were informed on Tuesday.
Leas-cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Dan McCarthy, performed the official opening of Delvin Playground on Monday. This is now the 12th playground facility provided under the council’s Playground Provision Scheme.
Residents of Kilkenny city who want playgrounds to be built in their area should notify the local authority while there is still money available, according to Cllr Paul Cuddihy (FG).
A young mother has called on the local authority to provide CCTV cameras or a patrol person to watch over Mullingar’s newest children’s park after weeks of vandalism at the facility.
A Galway based playground company showcased cutting edge play equipment with integrated technology to challenge teenagers both intellectually and physically at the Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition recently.
Parents in Kilkenny’s most established residential estates are calling on the Borough Council to provide safe play areas for their children; nearly 25 years after their homes have been built.