After a well attended public consultation last Wednesday evening with adult residents and a comprehensive consultation of the children of Ivy Chimneys School by the year 5 students, we are now be collating all the feedback received to prepare a scheme for consideration by Council in June.
The Town Council would like to thank everybody who has engaged with the exercise, particularly the students, who really took the bull by the horns and examined in detail what could be delivered within the budget available and came to the exercise with a totally different perspective. We also learned from the children who the users of our play area are and the sort of facilities we need to provide to make the park a more attractive place to visit for both the children and the parents.
The children were also asked to design signs to be displayed in the play area. Today, the Town Mayor, Will Breare-Hall, having judged the designs, visited the school to award certificates to the children who produced the best 3 designs. The winning design by Holly Smith will be made into a sign that will be displayed to welcome people into the refurbished park when the improvements are complete. The designs of runners up Daniel Logan and Izzy Goodland will appear in next month's Talk About Epping.
Exercise of Public Rights 2018-19
June 14, 2019
Bus service 381 amendment
October 19, 2017
Safer Epping Group:
Next meeting: Monday 13th January 2020 Epping St John's School, 5.30pm