eibe Play has laid down another fun-packed playspace in Kent. The £100,000 castle-themed scheme in Wrotham pays tribute to St George’s Church in the village and is crammed with adventure play items that not only look fantastic, but will entertain local children for years to come.
The playground is the outcome of two years’ hard endeavour by five mums of Wrotham Park Life. Working tirelessly to raise the necessary funds, the maternal quintet was thrilled when the park recently opened.
“It is quite an achievement,” enthused the committee’s Mrs Jones, “The new playground caters for all children, from babies to 12 year-olds.”
eibe’s Stuart Evans (pictured above right) was on hand to see the grand opening alongside parish councillors and the excited team of mums:
“The castle structure is a real stand-out item; when that is busy, there is a myriad of other great play equipment to utilise from slides and climbing ropes, to swings and tunnels.”
"Wrotham Parish Council would like to thank eibe for the professional service received from the organisation. The park is a great successand has only been empty since it was opened during spells of rainy weather." - Lesley Cox, Clerk, Wrotham
eibe's Wrotham Playground has already caught the imagination of the local press...