Article published on 4 July 2016

On Friday we had the pleasure of attending and helping out at the site opening of West Park in Hull. Hull City Council had embarked on a 1.2 million pound makeover which included a new play area. The refurbished park was christened Kids Kingdom after pupils at Chiltern Primary School won a competition to name it.

Proludic provided the main focal point of the area which was a medieval-themed multi-play activity tower that stands at an impressive 7.24 metres.

Tapping into how Hull will be the city of culture for 2017, the tower aims to take children back to the wonderful world of knights and princesses. It is so big that adults can also join in the fun – we must admit even we enjoyed climbing the tower!!

Here are some of our favourite photos from the day and we think you will agree the tower looks fantastic!

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