More than 200 members of the local community turned out to have their say on proposals to improve Vineyards play area in Tewkesbury.
The event, which was held on Saturday, 25 March, was run by Tewkesbury Borough Council and involved the public casting their votes on their preferred design as well as taking the time to speak to council members and representatives involved in the project.
As expected, the local community was very keen to get to the heart of what each design was promising to deliver and raised insightful queries and comments to accompany their votes.
The council will now analyse and take into consideration all feedback before a final decision is made.
Andy Noble, Asset Manager for Tewkesbury Borough Council stated: ‘We would like to thank residents for taking the time to engage with, feedback and vote on the proposals. Listening to the community is an integral part of the process and ensures the play area we provide will be fit for purpose and meet the needs of those actually using the facilities’.
An overwhelming favourite was selected by the public and the council will be announcing the successful design shortly.