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Work on £165,000 refit of King’s Hedges play area in Cambridge – with zip line, trampoline and fort – due to be completed





Installation of the new play equipment at King’s Hedges recreation ground - known locally as the Pulley - is due to be completed by Friday (December 22).

An opening date for the park is due to be announced by the city council, which ran a consultation on the plans.

Consultation was held over the new King's Hedges play area. Image: Cambridge City Council
Consultation was held over the new King's Hedges play area. Image: Cambridge City Council

A 20-metre zip line, inclusive roundabout, trampoline and wooden fort are being installed, along with a swing unit, bank slide, and rope swing. The steel climbing frames and other existing items are remaining,

New seating and bins area also being installed by contractor Wicksteed Leisure in the £165,000 refit.

The work began on November 20 and was due to take four weeks but has been “slightly” delayed, the council said.



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