Partnership working provides an extension to Heanor play area

Heanor residents are all set to take advantage of an exciting redevelopment of the play area on Hands Road in the Town.

Work has finished on the project to extend the play area, and add new play equipment. The area now has an additional range of fun elements including a 20 metre long aerial runway, extra swings, balancing and climbing items. There is now something for all ages to enjoy at this popular location.

Work to improve the play area started last Summer when Heanor and Loscoe Town Council donated £30,000 towards improving the area for children. Amber Valley Borough Council then worked with the Town Council to deliver the extension.

Both Councils are pleased with play area improvement. The equipment allows a larger area for children to play, and more challenging items to play on. The play area is ready just in time for the Easter Holidays. 

For further information please contact Sharon Sutton, Landscape Manager on 01773 841570 or email




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