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Views sought on Redhill park improvement plan

Redhill Memorial Park
Design ideas are to go on display in the town's shopping centre

People's views are being sought on long-term plans to improve a Surrey park.

Reigate and Banstead Borough Council is to hold a series of consultation events on its plans to regenerate Memorial Park in Redhill.

Proposals include installing a new square and children's activity area.

Councillor Allen Kay said: "The park is an important green space in the town but many of its facilities are in need of improvement."

He added: "We are keen to hear your views on the park and what changes you would like."

Design ideas for the park are to on display at the Belfry Shopping Centre from Thursday until Saturday.

A public meeting will also be held at the Harlequin Theatre on Tuesday 9 March.



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