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Blog posted on 10th August 2017 by Steve Danby
Transforming village life for those who reside in Bramham, we revisited their play area at Freely Lane this year to take a look at the work we did in 2014.
We don’t like to forget about our customers after installation, and 70% of our projects come from repeat business or customer recommendations. We like to keep in touch and continue to provide maintenance advice, inspections, and expansion ideas to keep visitors safe, entertained and up-to-date.
The re-development of the play area at Bramham was started back in November 2014 and since then we have been back to provide additional extras to the area and keep it looking good.
Bramham is a great open space with plenty of curiosities to keep minds and bodies active. A pathway running through the park linking up to their Wetpour surface makes the majority of the park accessible in all weather conditions. This is great for young children and adults in wheelchairs.
The area benefits from a mix of traditional play equipment such as swings and springers; but is also home to a beautiful bespoke tower system. The Bramham pyramids has since become a Playscheme favourite and have featured in some of our finest designs.
We worked closely with the parish council and through public consultation to get the right equipment that the children wanted. Before the site was mainly steel play equipment and was inaccessible for wheelchair users. Our timber equipment softened the area immediately and now compliments the rural location.
James Pirie, Councillor to Bramham Parish Council said of the transformation: "The Bramham play area has transformed village life for the children and created a great new area which is parent-friendly, social and inclusive, plus packed with play value that supports a healthy lifestyle.
"The materials are sympathetic with the village surroundings coupled with ensuring a safe environment for our children to play. The Pyramid Towers are particularly popular as it allows children to climb, crawl and hide. It’s a great network of mazed beams and wooden bridges that allows opportunities for children to ‘role play’ with each other and play ‘hide and seek’."
Bramham Play area is permissible to a wide range of ages with the nest swing, trampoline and swings. Such a great area to spark imagination, story-telling and fond memories that will be reflected upon year after year!
What play equipment can you find at Bramham play area?
There's a mixture of play equipment that will appeal to all ages and abilities at Bramham parish play area, and this is just some of what you can find:
As time has passed, the equipment still looks as good as new and is still as popular as when it was first installed. Radiata pine fades to a silver brown with time and has blended beautifully with the environment. We look forward to our continued connection with Bramham and their play area.