East Suffolk’s Play Areas and Skate Parks Re-open

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Preparation work has been underway as East Suffolk Council starts the process of re-opening play areas and skateparks following further easing of lockdown restrictions.

Following the latest announcement from the Government, East Suffolk Council and East Suffolk Norse were busy preparing for play areas and skateparks to start re-opening over the weekend.

This included inspecting all sites to ensure they are safe and clear to re-open – and installing new signage to highlight the guidelines which must be followed. All sites will be re-opened once this is completed.

Whilst the Council is encouraging families, children and young people to enjoy the sites. However, this should be done safely by continuing to follow the official guidelines – and it remains of uttermost importance that we all continue to play our part in controlling the virus.

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