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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

Big plans, bright future

Come along and have a reccy

Monday, January 18, 2010


STOCKTON Council and Bluehall Residents Association are holding a special drop-in session to display proposals for the refurbishment of Bluehall Recreation Ground.

If you would like to find out what is afoot for the park then come along to Frederick Nattrass Primary School, Glenfield Road on Wednesday, 20 January from 4-7pm to visit the display and talk to the people involved.

Over the years facilities in the park in Norton have been removed. Stockton Council has been working with the Residents Association to design plans to improve the park introducing seating and play equipment, fencing and entrance improvements and the installation of CCTV.

Councillor Mary Womphrey, Stockton Council's Cabinet Member for Arts, Leisure and Culture, said: "We hope to refurbish Bluehall Rec to make it a great place to play, relax and enjoy. We value your views so please come along to the drop-in session and let us know what you think about the plans."

For more information contact Stockton Council's Countryside and Greenspace team on (01642) 526871.