Article published on 24 October 2016

Proludic are really excited to share a brand new £200,000 bespoke destination park in Nottinghamshire.

Families cheered as the new children’s play area opened at Gedling Country Park by Gedling Council. 

Designed by in-house Senior Landscape Architect, Jen Tindsley – The play area  incorporates the park’s mining heritage with a bespoke rustic mining tower, mining train and ‘old pit’ grasslands”, preserving the park’s history.

Adam Dickerson, Commercial Manager for Proludic, said: “Everyone at Proludic has been extremely excited to work on a project so close to our offices and that our children will also play on.

“From the initial concept sketch designs completed by our Landscape Architect through the whole build process we have endeavoured to create a space that not only has a tangible link to the heritage of Gedling Country Park but does so in a sympathetic way to the surrounding environment.

“The finished site will be a huge asset not only to the surrounding community but will also attract visitors from the whole of Nottinghamshire.”

Leader of Gedling Borough Council, councillor John Clarke said: “We are very proud to be providing our residents with this excellent play area that children will enjoy for many years to come.

“It will make what is already a destination Country Park even better and puts us firmly on the map.” 

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