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Children design health and safety signage at new Wirral play area

1st November 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

Children will help design the health and safety signage at a new play area in Wirral, it has been reported.

According to the Wirral Globe, youngsters have been invited to give their input for the signage at the play area in Bromborough Pool Village, which was formally opened by Wirral's mayor, Alan Jennings, at a fun day.

The day, attended by parents and children alike, tested the site's new equipment, which includes slides, swings and ramps.

Cash funding of £100,000 for the project was provided by Riverside, a social landlord, and the Big Lottery Fund.

After cutting the ribbon, councillor Jennings told the newspaper: "I'm so pleased that this has come about. It's the best thing that could have happened to children of the village.

"As the children were consulted in the design, it gives them ownership and means that they will protect it in the future," he added.

Last month, it was announced that health and safety signage will be deployed at a play area in Lincolnshire, after residents decided to direct some of a £10,000 grant to the site.


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