Durrington Delight as Wiltshire Playspace Opens
Just a stone’s throw from the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge lies the town of Durrington.
Covering an area of over 2,700 acres, the parish is known for its Neolithic features, most notably Durrington Walls and Woodhenge, both of which date back to 2,400BC. The population is just over 7,000, comprising approximately 2,500 households, all of which will benefit from the brand new, recently installed playspace from eibe.
The £30,000 Recreational Road Play Area is part of a bigger three-stage scheme, the rest of which will be completed in early 2018. This first installment features our fabulous new Playo Sam unit, alongside a mound slide and rope pull. All surfacing was bonded mulch. The project started early in July and was completed and fully open within two weeks.
The eibe team will be working with Clerk to Durrington Town Council, Sarah Tucker, on future developments, which will include the likes of our Active Trail, an Inclusive Roundabout, Storks Nest, as well as Toddler Swings and a Toddler Unit.