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Charleston Reserve (also known as Charles Street Reserve) has a history of community involvement. Eighteen years ago, during the planting of trees in the reserve, about 30 school children buried plastic time capsules with their stories and pictures in them under the trees.
With the upgrade of the playground due in 2002/03, the community has another opportunity to be involved. Closer to the time of the improvements you will be asked what play features you would like in the reserve. Meanwhile, you may like to think about creative play options rather than the standard plastic play equipment. An art feature, a sculpture that can be played on, or a design in the ground that serves as a game, are examples of play features that can be created by the community working with an artist and City Council staff.
Contact: Suzanne Weld
Ph: 941 8490
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