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Mayor Encourages Attendance At Inclusive Play Area Engagement Event

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The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough is encouraging people to attend an upcoming engagement event about the development of an inclusive play area in Limavady.

The session takes place on Monday 14th January in Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre from 7pm – 9pm, with registration from 6.30pm.

The Mayor Councillor Brenda Chivers said: “This event follows on from a recent online consultation and children’s engagement sessions conducted by PlayBoard NI on behalf of Council. It is important that anyone with an interest, especially parents, carers and other local groups, come along to hear about key findings so far and an overview of potential locations.

“This is an opportunity to greatly improve play provision in Limavady for all young people and it is important that people get involved in the process and have their say.”

Attendance can be pre-registered by emailing [email protected]

If you are unable to attend but would like to contribute to the process you can do so by emailing the same address as above.

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