Friday, 9 October 2009

It's starting to feel like autumn, but the wildflower meadow is still a splash of summer colour.
You won't see it from the road, so take a walk through the woodland gate (and maybe sit with a flask on the picnic benches) and soak up the summer for a few more weeks...

Tuesday, 22 September 2009


we have plans afoot for a Halloween Celebration in the Play Park. Keep your eyes open for more information.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

Playpark in bloom

A little later than we would have liked, but the pictoral meadow seed mix is a real show at the park. Go and have a look!

Saturday, 5 September 2009

The theory works!!

Although we've had problems with the canines, we are pleased to announce that the cat poo myth is being proved wrong!!

Mia's design research was extensive and she has proved that providing a sandpit is over a certain square meterage, cats would not cause us a problem. We are now entering the fourth month of the sandpit and nothing to report....
This part of the play park has been really popular and we hope you agree that the play value of sand far outweighs any maintenance issues.

Friday, 4 September 2009

Please remember!

We found evidence of irresponsible dog ownership at the park last night (and that really stinks if you get it on your shoes). No dogs on the play park please!

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

If you build it, they will come....

The play park was buzzing again today! Families from Ixworth and Elmswell had travelled especially to use the facilities. There were plenty of Walsham kids and families too. The picnic area is a lovely place to meet friends, rest with a flask of tea and watch the entertainment on the swing!

-- Post From My iPhone

Monday, 31 August 2009

The official opening!

Walsham gardens weekend officially closed an hour ago and Walsham play park had more visitors in those two days than the site must have seen in the last two years!!
The swing was a big hit with the kids.......

and the babies!! We're so glad that the pieces of equipment are proving to be versatile and accessible to all age groups.
Lots more photos of the opening weekend will be posted soon.
Keep watching!!

Remember - no bikes on the play park - please keep them at the Skateboard end so the grass can grow and small children can run safely between equipment.
Also, no dogs!