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New Brough park play area opens in time for Easter


The new Brough park play area has been reopened in time for Easter weekend. Staffordshire Moorlands District council has recently created a new play area near to the swimming baths in Leek which has now opened. The old play area has now been closed and will be removed. The basket swing that has been removed will be relocated elsewhere in the Moorlands.

A spokesperson for SMDC said


“We’re delighted to have been able to open the new play area at Brough Park in time for the Easter weekend. The roundabout and the multi-use games area are out of action of the time being, due to a safety issue, but we hope people will enjoy the rest of the facilities in the meantime.


The painting of the tarmac in the play area will now be carried out after the Easter school holidays to limit disruption.


Just a reminder that people can meet outside in groups of no more than six OR two households and social distancing rules and hand sanitising rules still apply. So please remember hands – face -space -fresh air and let’s all do what we can to keep each other safe.”

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