Works to commence at Lisnaskea Play Parks

6th June 2023

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Lisnaskea   Trasna Park

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is commencing works at Carrowshee Park and Trasna Way Play Parks in Lisnaskea in the coming weeks.

The works are part of the Council’s ambitious ten year Plav Park Strategy to develop, transform and upgrade the Council’s play park estate.  The works will include an upgrade of existing equipment and the provision of inclusive play facilities.

The availability of play park facilities within the District ensures that children and young people have a safe place to be active and to connect with others as well as with nature.  This also demonstrates the Council’s commitment to ensuring that our people are healthy and well physically, emotionally and mentally.

Speaking about the commencement of the works, Chair of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Barry McElduff, said:

“I am delighted to see the Council continue to deliver on the Play Park Strategy, complimenting the works which have been completed over the last two years.

I am confident that the works will enhance the play facilities at both Carrowshee Park and Trasna Way in Lisnaskea for the benefit of the local residents.

These works help to ensure that the Council can deliver on its commitment to ensure that our people are healthy and well through opportunities to get outdoors, be active and creative and explore the surrounding natural environment.”

The works are scheduled to be completed by the end of July 2023 and they will result in some short term disruption for residents.  We appreciate residents’ patience while the works are being undertaken.  During the closure period, play park facilities are available at Castle Park in Lisnaskea and Maguiresbridge.

For more information on the Council’s Play Park Strategy 2020-2030, visit