Ross-on-Wye’s skyline has formed the inspiration for new community facilities at a residential development.
The iconic St Mary’s Church spire is reflected in the play area and recreation space created by Hand Made Places for families of St Mary’s Garden Village.
The secure play area is surrounded by timber picket fencing and accessed via a bespoke arch double leaf gateway.
The planed and sanded softwood arch is engraved to read St Mary’s Garden Village.
Four further bespoke archways make up a fun walkway leading to a custom-built version of our Milton Play Unit.
The play tower features a slide, rockhold ramp, ladder wall and stepped platform with a church-style spire to one end.
A Hawkley Adventure Trail, Swing Steps and Bird’s Nest climbing frame are available for older children.
And no play area is complete without the swings, with a Double Cradle Swing installed for little ones as well as a Nest Swing.
A Star Stage brings role play to life for little ones, with timber Modular Radius Seating, including a bench engraved with the location, also available. Our cute little Hedgehog Animal Face is watching over everyone. Our installers laid a Bound Rubber Mulch safety surface in neutral green and brown colours.
In addition to the play area installation, our parent company Broxap Street Furniture manufactured and supplied six Harrogate Senior Cycle Stands for community use. Four cast iron Blackburn Seats, finished with hardwood slats and a black frame, were provided along with a Derby Standard litter bin.
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