Godstone Godsend

Children around Godstone and Oxted are going to love the new playground at Hunter’s Chase courtesy of Tandridge District Council and eibe Play.

The £60,000 project was officially opened on August 11th and met with immediate approval from those eager to try out the new range of equipment on offer.

Working in conjunction with Steve Hyder, Parks & Open Spaces, eibe proposed a mix of products from our extensive portfolio to cater for children from 2 – 11 years old.

The ibondo Congo is the centrepiece and is surrounded by a variety of traditional and non-traditional swings, as well as a separate toddler unit and two spring rockers, all installed on to black wetpour.

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Councillor Nick Childs, Chairman of the Community Services Committee, said in the lead up:

"We are delighted to be able to invest in a new play area for the community and we hope the area will soon be filled with children, fun and laughter. Encouraging free play has an important part to play in child development." 

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