We’ve been getting some great feedback from the owners of some very pleased pooches whose pets have enjoyed our new dog activity course at Queen Elizabeth Country Park.
Our four-legged friends have been wagging their tails at the new outdoor course, which opened earlier this month. It’s part of the new and improved facilities planned as part of a £2 million investment we are making at the park, near Petersfield.
The park also has a new assault course and outdoor adventure play equipment, thanks to funding from the Armed Forces Covenant. A new community space with pizza oven are also planned. Other improvements we are making include a bigger restaurant at the existing visitor centre.
The first to get involved, by giving the assault course a test run, were the Combined Cadet Force from Seaford College, West Sussex. Twenty cadets climbed, jumped and swung their way around. Take a look at this Forces TV video report from the day.
The new play area and community space is inspired by the project’s military connections; with local ancient forts and wooden dens to be built. We’re looking forward to its first real test during the next half term week.
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