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Which Tameside Playgrounds will be reopening?

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2 Jul 2020

Discover which Tameside playgrounds due to reopen and when here. 

A list of playgrounds across the borough due to re-open have been released (see below) by Tameside Council with warnings to act responsibily.

The first of the playgrounds will re-open on Saturday 4th July, however Tameside Council have urged visitors should “consider going to another park or returning at another time.”

In a post on the Facebook page they have said “Everyone planning to use playgrounds and games areas are advised to practice social distancing and good hand hygiene, bringing sanitiser gel with them to use before and after touching equipment.”

They are also asking that visitors take all their rubish home with them. 

They have also warned that “Importantly, anyone who has – or lives with someone who has – coronavirus symptoms must stay at home and not put other playground and games area users at risk.”

Tameside Council Executive Member for Operations and Neighbourhoods Cllr Allison Gwynne said: “We know our playgrounds and multi-use games areas are highly valued by local families and have been sorely missed during lockdown so we are pleased to plan for a safe reopening. However, this very much depends on visitors acting responsibly and practicing social distancing and following public health advice.

“Please be cautious and help protect yourselves, your loved ones and others by avoiding any areas that are crowded. We’ll be monitoring the situation and if we feel people aren’t acting responsibly then we won’t hesitate in reviewing the reopening.”

Tameside Playground reopening

Which Tameside Playgrounds will re-open on 4th July 2020? 

Tameside Council have announced that the following playgrounds and sports cages will reopen on the 4th July. Click on the links for more information and addresses of each park, please note that not all facilities may be open. 

Ryecroft Hall, playground Audenshaw

Longendale Rec playground, Longendale

Mossley Park – playground and sports cage , Mossley

Dukinfield Park playground and sports cage, Dukinfield

Stamford Park, playgrounds and sports cage, Stalybridge

Cheetham Park – playgrounds and sports cage, Stalybridge

King George’s Park – playground and sports cage, Ashton Under Lyne sports cage

Victoria Park, playground and sports cages, Denton 

Granada Park – playgrounds and sports cages, Denton

Droylsden – Sunnybank Park playgrounds and sports cages

Droylsden Medlock Park – playgrounds and sports cages

Hyde Park – playground and sports cage, Hyde.

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