A children's cycle track complete with street signs, zebra crossings and roundabouts has opened in Cemetery Road play area.
The track recreates a miniature road layout, complete with junctions, crossings, roundabouts and street signs, to allow children to learn about road safety away from real-life traffic.
The road signs and traffic stops provide a great opportunity to teach your kids the rules of the... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 28 Apr 2021 13:01 by Loran Stonehouse
This spring will see the planting of more wildflower meadows in Dronfield, helping the local bee and butterfly populations to thrive.
Following positive feedback from residents, Dronfield Town Council has expanded its wildflower planting programme.
Seeds will be sown shortly after Easter with further meadows in Sindelfingen Park and a brand-new meadow will be taking root at Hilltop.
The meadows will be... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 23 Apr 2021 16:00 by Loran Stonehouse
Cemetery Road park reopens following refurbishment
The children's park has reopened to the public as part of the Dronfield Town Councils park refurbishment programme.
The park boasts grassed areas, soft surface areas, a trampoline, toddler and junior swings, rockers, climbing frames and slides.A hooped topped fence has also been erected around the play area which allows the youngest children to play... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 23 Dec 2020 10:35 by Loran Stonehouse
Dronfield Town Council's rolling refurbishment of parks across the town will continue later this year at Cemetery Road Play Area. Work is scheduled to begin on the latest refurbishment at Cemetery Road on 16th November 2020 and it is expected to take around four weeks to complete the project.
The planned refurbishment will see the installation of bright, new play equipment, new safety surfacing and... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 16 Oct 2020 12:41 by Jo Mitchell
Over the weekend, a brand new piece of play equipment has been installed and added to Hilltop play area.
Children can now enjoy a brand new cone climber. The brightly coloured cone climber is great for multi-play as they climb to the top of the rotating net and it will leave children in a spin!
We hope visitors to the play area will be able to enjoy hours of fun on the new equipment, which is a great... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 24 Aug 2020 10:26 by Jo Mitchell
Dronfield Town Council's rolling refurbishment of parks across the town, continued in July with the latest refurbishment at Marsh Avenue. Work was completed last week and the park is has now re-opened to the public.
A brilliant range of bright new play equipment has been installed along with new safety surfacing and the area has also now been enclosed from the rest of the playing fields, providing a... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 04 Aug 2020 14:07 by Jo Mitchell
Dronfield Town Council's rolling refurbishment of parks across the town, continues in 2020. Work began this week on the latest refurbishment at Marsh Avenue and work is expected to take around three weeks to complete the project.
Equipment has this week been removed making space for the new play equipment to be installed. The refurbishment will see the installation of new equipment, new safety surfacing... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 09 Jul 2020 12:42 by Jo Mitchell
Following the latest Government guidance, we are working towards reopening local play areas from Monday 6th July, with new guidance in place for users of the equipment.
Signage will be displayed in all play areas with the following safety advice and there will also be advice on the maximum number of children that each play area can accommodate safely;
- Judge the risk of COVID-19 to you and your family... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 02 Jul 2020 12:31 by Jo Mitchell
The Wildflower Meadow, that was planted in Sindelfingen Park back in April, is now starting to bloom with many different varieties of flowers appearing. The project, which was recommended by the newly formed Environmental Committee of the Town Council, will see a huge variety of wildflowers continue to grow over the coming months and into the Autumn. The wildflowers will provide an increase in bio-diversity... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 19 Jun 2020 14:24 by Jo Mitchell
Sindelfingen Park has recently received an upgrade as all the existing paths have been resurfaced. Pipework has also been put in place for forthcoming drainage work to reduce the flooding within the Park, which will help to protect the new paths in the long term.
The Town Council has already received positive comments from local residents who are looking forward to enjoying walks in the park. The Council... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 15:31 by Jo Mitchell