UPDATE – RIDLINGTON PLAYING FIELD – QUESTIONNAIRE

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I refer to the update sent to you on October 16th regarding the Playing Field including an important opportunity for you to help decide it’s future. We hope you will complete as much of the questionnaire as you can. Your opinions and ideas are really important! Thank you. Please click on the links below:- Word Format - Questionnaire final PDF Format - Questionnaire - Playing Field Ruth Lees Please note:-  This questionnaire has been re-sent to you in a different format - a Wor...
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AN UPDATE ON THE RIDLINGTON PLAYING FIELD

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Please find below an update from The Trustees of the Charity - Ridlington Playing Field You will no doubt be aware, The Playing Field and the Children's Play Area have been closed to much activity this Summer. This is all due to the Covid19 pandemic, but most especially because the Trustees do not feel confident to safely operate the facility within the current regulations and guidelines. As a result, you will have noticed, especially those of you who walk your dogs through or past the Playi...
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Planting of Saplings in the Ridlington Playing Field

Native Tree Saplings The Woodland Trust has kindly donated 3 tree varieties to the Ridlington Playing Field. We were given 5 of each of Crab apple, Rowan and Hazel. Luckily just before the national lockdown in the UK, Mike, Mariane, Ruth and Chris planted 15 samplings at the back of the Playing Field in the area that, you may have already noticed, has been temporarily cordoned off. A big Thank You to Mariane for organising the receipt of these young samplings. A few snippets of informatio...
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Ridlington Playing Field

  The Trustees of the Ridlington Playing Field have had to take the decision to lock the main gate to the playing field in order to manage the risk of vehicles accessing the field to dump waste now that the Council tips are closed. We have also placed signage at the entrances to the field to remind people of the government guidance on social distancing and the closure of the children’s play area. Keep safe Ruth Lees Chairman
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Closure of the Children’s Play Area – Ridlington Playing Fields

This is an important advice to all members of the Public. The Trustees of the Playing Fields would like to advise that as a result of our recent health and safety assessment of the Ridlington Playing Fields conducted by the Trustees, we have taken the decision to close the ‘Children’s Play Area’ until further notice. This is because some of the timber framing is now in very poor condition and represents a  danger to safety. Also the junior swings unfortunately need to be dismantled as they...
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