Council due to commence works at Maguiresbridge Play Parks

23rd August 2022

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Play Park   Main Street Maguiresbridge

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is due to commence works to upgrade the play parks at Main Street and Tattinderry Heights, Maguiresbridge on 29 August 2022.

The proposed works are part of the Council’s ambitious Play Park Strategy to develop, transform and upgrade our Play Park estate.  The works will include the upgrade of the play equipment and the provision of inclusive play facilities.

Speaking about the works, the Chair of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Barry McElduff, said: “I am delighted to see the continued roll out of the Council’s (FODC) Play Park Strategy across the District.

The Council (FODC) is committed to ensuring that our people are healthy and well physically, mentally and emotionally.  The provision of play park facilities contributes significantly to this by providing a safe place for children and young people to be active and connect with others.

This provision also helps to meet the recreation and play needs of families.  Play parks can be a ‘lifesaver’ in this respect”.

The works are scheduled to be completed in October 2022 in time for Halloween. During the closure period, alternative play facilities are available at Queen’s Park, Lisbellaw or Castle Park, Lisnaskea.