Article published on 12 March 2015

One week ago we attended the successful opening of Dale Barracks in Chester. We were on hand to give out all our site opening goodies (balloons, bubbles, activity booklets and water bottles) to the many children that excitedly attended. We and the children had a great day!

Here are some of our favourite photos from the day:

The Army Welfare Service identified 31 sites that were in desperate need of refurbishment and Dale Barracks was one of these.

Dale barracks is part of a housing estate and the community had been fighting hard for the play area improvements for some time and when the Armed Forces Covenant (LIBOR) Fund became available in 2012 it signaled the start of the project. Proludic has worked on 15 of the 31 sites identified and is proud of all these projects – especially as we know the difference these areas make to the community.

To view another one of our great military sites visited by the Prime Minister, David Cameron – please click here. For any other information please contact or contact 0115 982 3980.


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