Dundonald Recreation Ground in Wimbledon now has a brand new landscaped playground ready for the borough’s younger residents to enjoy.
Dundonald Recreation Ground’s public playground includes slides, swings, a roundabout, and a creative sand play zone.
Leader of the Council Councillor Stephen Alambritis, cabinet member for environmental sustainability and regeneration Councillor Andrew Judge and cabinet member for education Councillor Martin Whelton visited the recreation ground to see the first part of the council-funded improvements to the much-loved recreation ground spring into life as local children from Dundonald Primary School were the first to have fun on the new site.
Later this month, the council will be opening two new multi-use sports areas for the borough’s tennis and netball enthusiasts to play on.
Merton Council cabinet member for environmental sustainability and regeneration Councillor Andrew Judge said: “These are exciting times for Dundonald Recreation Ground and it is great to see the new playground open. I look forward to seeing many of our residents enjoy the new play equipment, especially as we see the days get longer and warmer.”