Members of the public can have their say on the need for play facilities in seven communities across the Borough.
Craigavon Borough Council wants to consult with the householders in Corcrain, Magheralin, Birches, Kernan, Waringstown, Dollingstown and Derrytrasna areas to determine how they use the current play facilities, what they think of them and how they feel that they should be developed in the future.
Venturei Network and MWA Partnership will be holding consultation workshops on behalf of Council in the last week of March to listen to the views of the community and define their needs.
The schedule of consultation events is as follows:
Magheralin: Tuesday 14th April at 7pm in Village Primary School.
Dollingstown: Thursday 16th April at 7pm in St. Saviour’s Church of Ireland.
Waringstown: Monday 20th April at 7pm in Waringstown Primary School.
Kernan: Tuesday 21st April at 7pm in Portadown Integrated School.
Derrytrasna: Tuesday 21st April at 7pm in St. Mary’s Primary School.
“We want to know what people think,” said Craigavon Borough Council’s Chief Executive Acting, Robert Colvin, “and to have a say in the future development of their playgrounds. These sessions will give us invaluable feedback and let us know how to move things forward to meet the needs of the community. Everyone is welcome to come along to these sessions.”
For more information contact Bridie Comac on 028 8776 9007/028 8776 9088 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.