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The public had the opportunity to ask quesons about the work of the Parish Council and topics raised included the proposals for enhancing play facilies on the Seafront, road marking in Sea Road and the Dra Local Plan. The Parish Council also publicly thanked outgoing County Councillor Alan Rice for his contribuon to the community and welcomed new County Councillor for Milford‐on‐Sea, Fran Carpenter.


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Work to install the new play equipment has now been completed. The improvements are being paid for through Developers’ Contribuons and equipment includes small sunken trampolines, dynamic inclusive swing, roundabout and climbing net. In addion, the exisng goal posts will be replaced with slightly larger goals and nets and an improved schedule of weekly grass cung will be implemented along with the painng of pitch lines.


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As reported in previous issues, the Parish Council has been looking at a range of opons to provide more interesng play facilies for children of all ages at the Seafront. The equipment will be paid for by Developers’ Contribuons received by the Parish Council and which must be spent on enhancing open space facilies.


The areas concerned are firstly an area for young families to the east of the Needles Eye Café and the car park and secondly to the west of the Needles Eye Café, with sufficient land to provide a worthwhile play area for slightly older children. This is in addion to the exisng toddler play area. The Parish Council has decided not to include a skate/ scooter park.


At the consultaon event held on 6th April, over 100 people came along to view the plans and give feedback to the Parish Council. An online survey has also been available and, at the me of wring, with a number of days unl the survey ends, indicaons show 75% of respondents are in favour of more play facilies for children, aged 6‐14 years, in the village at this locaon. Although the consultaon period will have now ended, you can sll view the plans online at the Parish Council’s website or pop into the office.


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The Parish Council has installed new Dragon’s Teeth around the village green in Keyhaven to protect it from vehicles encroaching onto the grass. We are currently in consultaon with Hampshire Highways with a view to providing addional Dragon’s Teeth along the path


36 To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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