01:11AM, Monday 30 September 2013
Improvements have been made to a popular children's play area in Clewer.
The Royal Borough has carried out a £30,000 revamp of the community facility, which is located in an open space in Bruce Walk, off Tinkers Lane.
Among the enhancements are new murals that have been painted, while a new slide, rockers and a rope climber have been installed.
The play area was opened on Tuesday by Cllr Eileen Quick (Con, Clewer East) and Cllr James Evans (Con, Clewer South).
In a joint statement they described it as a 'bright, fun, enjoyable space for local youngsters'.
The council acted after residents made comments to councillors a while ago saying the site was in need of a spruce-up.
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