Play is for everyone, and our Cabonne play spaces should be too. Cabonne Council has been awarded a grant as part of the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Everyone Can Play program to create inclusive play spaces at Morris Park in Canowindra and at the Dr Ross Memorial Recreation Ground in Molong.
The Everyone Can Play program is a commitment by the NSW Government for the creation of better and more inclusive play spaces across NSW. The program supports councils to create and upgrade play spaces across the state to ensure that people of all ages, abilities and cultural backgrounds can play.
“Quality green, open, public space is for everyone. Great public spaces that delight communities are especially important in the Cabonne region for growth and inclusivity of everyone,” said Mayor Kevin Beatty.
The NSW Government has committed $87,430 to the Morris Park inclusive play space and $95,865 to the play space at the Molong Recreation Ground, with Cabonne Council matching these figures.
To see a concept design of the proposal and offer feedback, visit cabonne.nsw.gov.au and click ‘Have Your Say’ to take the survey.
If you would like to speak with Council about the proposed Morris Park play space, Cabonne Council’s Michelle Murphy, Department Leader of Urban Infrastructure, and Emma Tadros, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, will be available today, 8 November at Morris Park Canowindra between 2:30 and 3:30pm.