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Isle of Gigha Playpark

 

When we bought the island back in 2002, the Gigha Heritage Trust was formed. We had many surveys done and one of the many needs identified on the island was a play park for the children. At the moment the children play in the woods on an old tyre swing and plank off wood for a see saw, but this is close to the road and very dangerous as the verges become overgrown where the children exit the wood. Although locals know they are there, visitors and lorry drivers alike, do not!

A committee was set up and a safe area identified in between the hotel/craft units and the new north Fyne homes site. There will also be a path passing through the play park linking the North and South sites which will enable the children safe access to and from the play park to the sites and village, away from the main road.The island children have been involved with the design and in choosing equipment and were very excited when we showed them the prototype drawings.

We are now finding funding along with Fyne homes that are assisting us with the project so we can provide a safe environment for our children to play.

Keep watching this space for more news of the Playpark.

 

 




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