Residents are being asked what they think of Crawley Borough Council’s adventure playgrounds.
Council staff will be at Crawley Library, Southgate Avenue, tomorrow (Friday August 30) from 11am-3.30pm, to hear people’s views.
They also want to hear reasons why people might not visit the four sites.
A council spokesman said: “The council is looking to improve its four adventure playgrounds – Cherry Lane in Langley Green, Creasys Drive in Broadfield, Millpond in Bewbush and Waterlea in Furnace Green – to provide a better service to more visitors.”
A questionnaire is also available online.
Cllr Duncan Crow, cabinet member for leisure and culture, said: “We have invested a lot in our adventure playgrounds and are keen to ensure we are attracting as many children as possible, and to provide the facilities and activities that they tell us they want.
“By completing this questionnaire visitors to the four adventure playgrounds will help us to provide an improved service in the future.”
The consultation ends on September 13.
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