Bournemouth EchoPoole Park revamp plans set to be unveiled (From Bournemouth Echo)

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Poole Park revamp plans set to be unveiled

Bournemouth Echo: Poole Park revamp plans set to be unveiled Poole Park revamp plans set to be unveiled

PROPOSED improvements to Poole Park are due to be revealed at a public exhibition on Wednesday.

Local residents will be able to view maps and details in the park’s pavilion between 2pm and 7pm.

The proposals have been put together by Borough of Poole and the Friends of Poole Park following public consultation in support of a £2.5million bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Cllr Xena Dion, Borough of Poole cabinet portfolio holder said: “We still have some way to go before we can submit our bid, but the plans drawn up from feedback from the local community are very exciting.

“The park is a wonderful facility which everyone can enjoy, so it’s really important that as many people as possible come and take a look at the plans and back our bid.

“The council and the Friends of Poole Park are doing a great job in providing evidence that Poole Park is well loved and valued within the local community. We are doing everything possible to secure this money and deliver the enhancements that the majority of people have said they want.”

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1:01pm Mon 30 Jun 14

canfordcherry says...

Don't tell me, it involves decking set all around, but not including, 7's Boat Shed.
Don't tell me, it involves decking set all around, but not including, 7's Boat Shed. canfordcherry
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1:50pm Mon 30 Jun 14

ashleycross says...

Er, will the new school being built on it be shown? Will any of the maps show the boundaries of Poole park as it was laid out rather than with the nursery and goodness knows what else erased from history? Got to keep those contractors busy, even with all those empty school places in poole we can't let good open space go to waste at poole park or north road when there are building contractors to keep in work.
Er, will the new school being built on it be shown? Will any of the maps show the boundaries of Poole park as it was laid out rather than with the nursery and goodness knows what else erased from history? Got to keep those contractors busy, even with all those empty school places in poole we can't let good open space go to waste at poole park or north road when there are building contractors to keep in work. ashleycross
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3:45pm Mon 30 Jun 14

bourne free says...

ashleycross wrote:
Er, will the new school being built on it be shown? Will any of the maps show the boundaries of Poole park as it was laid out rather than with the nursery and goodness knows what else erased from history? Got to keep those contractors busy, even with all those empty school places in poole we can't let good open space go to waste at poole park or north road when there are building contractors to keep in work.
round in a circle / no idea what your talking about ?
[quote][p][bold]ashleycross[/bold] wrote: Er, will the new school being built on it be shown? Will any of the maps show the boundaries of Poole park as it was laid out rather than with the nursery and goodness knows what else erased from history? Got to keep those contractors busy, even with all those empty school places in poole we can't let good open space go to waste at poole park or north road when there are building contractors to keep in work.[/p][/quote]round in a circle / no idea what your talking about ? bourne free
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