03:02AM, Wednesday 27 November 2013
Youngsters turned out in force for the unveiling of the new and improved Hurley Play Area.
More than 70 people attended the reopening of the playground in Shepherds Close, which has been refurbished with the addition of a 'space net' and smaller equipment for younger children.
The revamp was funded by the Royal Borough's participatory budget scheme, along with significant grants from both the Hurley Parish Council and Hurley Village Association.
Parish council chairman Cynthia Pitteway said: "Please keep an eye on our playground.
"It is for everyone and we all want to ensure it's kept in good condition so that everyone can continue to enjoy it."
The opening took place on Wednesday, October 30.
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