Allen Berry Avenue Playground has the following equipment.
Several years ago, the Pirimai Residents' Association - as part of the annual plan process - asked the Council for a playground to be constructed in the Allen Berry Avenue Reserve.
While no rates funding was allocated for the project, it has gone ahead as a local residents' initiative. The Council has helped with the design, providing rubbish bins and seats and planting trees while the association raised $31,000 for the first two stages of the four-stage project to go ahead.
A community working bee held over a weekend in November 2009 attracted many Pirimai residents. With the help of a local professional builder, they installed play equipment for older children - swings and a multi-combination unit.
A junior playground and space net will be added as further funds are raised for the next two stages.
NCC Reserves Manager says the project is a good news story. "It's a mutual package, with residents showing initiative and drive and the Council offering its expertise where needed."
Allen Berry Avenue
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