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Home > News > Preserving Belle Vue Park for generations to come

Preserving Belle Vue Park for generations to come

Posted by on 23 January 2020 | Comments

Sudbury residents are being asked for their views on how to improve Belle Vue Park, to ensure it remains a valuable green space for the whole community.

Babergh District Council has already invested £150,000 in the park’s multi-use games area, completed in November 2018 and in the new skate/BMX park which opened in June 2019.

The old skatepark are has been retained as a multi-purpose hard surface space that can be used for major town and community events such as the Carnival, and the Party in the Park. In the meantime, it is providing space for youngsters to improve their cycling proficiency skills.

Now, as part of the wider redevelopment of Belle Vue, the council is looking to use the opportunity to provide new equipment and amenities to further enhance the park – including updated toilet facilities, free and safe toddler and junior play equipment, new fitness equipment, a parkour unit and the refurbishment and relocation of seating where required.

Babergh District Council cabinet member for Communities, Cllr Derek Davis said: “We will continue to work with our community and listen to all residents, young and old, so Belle Vue can be enjoyed by all for generations to come."

For more information on the proposals for Belle Vue Park 

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