Refurbished Heol Llanishen Fach play area opens to public


The play area at Heol Llanishen Fach has officially re-opened to the public following extensive refurbishment.

Cabinet Member for Culture, Parks and Events, Cllr Jennifer Burke, said: "The play area at Heol Llanishen Fach is the latest facility to benefit from our ongoing programme of investment in parks and play areas across Cardiff and will be another fantastic facility for local families to enjoy."

Designed around an oak theme, and complete with acorn, oak leaves, creatures and insects associated with Oak trees. The play area includes a toddler and a junior play area, all aimed at encouraging imaginative play, climbing, education, and physical activity.

Children with as wide a range of abilities as possible are catered for, and play equipment includes a wheelchair accessible roundabout, spinner, accessible play equipment and swings.

A new circular seating area and entrance sign has been added at the play area entrance, as well as three log carvings with an oak theme, refurbished seating, new bins, new gates, new paths and safety surfacing throughout the play area.