The Council provides and operates children’s play areas which have been designed and built to actively encourage safe playing and the development of social skills.
All the Council's play areas are kept to a high standard of quality, safety and maintenance.
Please contact the Council's parks service to report any damage or faults.
The play areas are located in the following locations:
- Anagh Coar;
- Ballaughton Park;
- Cooil Road;
- Governors Hill;
- Loch Promenade;
- Noble’s Park;
- Noble’s Plot;
- Queens Gardens (Centenary Gardens);
- Westmoreland Road;
All the Council's playgrounds are strictly no dogs allowed and non-smoking.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any parks specifically for younger children?
Yes, the Tot Lot in Noble’s Park is designed for toddlers and children under the age of eight.
Who maintains the parks?
The parks are maintained by the parks service to ensure all equipment is safe and in working order.
Can children visit unaccompanied?
While older children may use the playgrounds unaccompanied it is recommended younger children be supervised by an adult.