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Playgrounds in Swale

We currently have over 60 fixed outdoor play facilities that are owned, managed and maintained in the Swale Borough. More play areas are in the pipeline under Section 106 Planning Agreements on new housing estates. Additional play areas in Swale, are looked after by Parish Councils and Housing Associations.

Find your local Play Area here

Our key priorities for play

Playing safe

What is happening in your neighbourhood?

'Friends' groups

Why not set up a 'Friends' Group and make a difference to your local community...

A 'Friends' Group are a group of like - minded local residents who campaign for better play facilities in their local area.  Anyone can set up a 'Friends' Group and residents can volunteer as much time as they can spare to improve a play area. There are various ways groups can make a difference:

A group recently formed in Swale is 'Friends of Chilton Avenue Park'. Two parents whose children attend the local school campaigned for a better play area. They also assisted in obtaining funding and helped organise refreshments for the official opening. Children from South Avenue Infant and Junior School selected the overall winning design and were the first to try out the new equipment.

Find Your Local Play Area

A list of local play areas with a description of facilities available.

Report a Problem with a Play Area

Find out how to report a problem or incident in a play area.

Swale Play Strategy 2007 - 2012

View the Swale Play Strategy document.
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