Recycled play equipment has a new home across the city in an Exeter park

Children in Exeter have been given an early Christmas present of new play equipment in time for the festive holidays.

The play equipment in Belmont Park was installed by Ministry of Play for the Friends of Belmont Park.

Friends of Belmont Park helped fund the equipment thanks to a grant from Exeter City Council.

The play equipment came from Pinhoe park after the site was transformed.

An Exeter City Council spokesperson said: “The play equipment in Belmont Park has been installed by Ministry of Play on behalf of Exeter City for the Friends of Belmont Park.

“It has been completed in time for the school holidays.

“The equipment has been recycled from the old Pinhoe Station Road site, which recently enjoyed a makeover.”

 

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