Newbridge Playground Survey

Opendate_range15 Nov, 2021, 12:00pm - 17 Dec, 2021, 12:00pm

Kildare County Council plans to improve the existing playground in Newbridge and provide new play facilities in the town.  As part of this work, we are asking local people for their views.

We would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete this survey.  Your feedback will help inform improvements to play facilities for all children and young people in the locality.

There are four parts to the survey:

  1. About you
  2. About the existing playground at Newbridge Sports Centre
  3. About planning for new play facilites in Newbridge
  4. About providing a Natural Play Area in Newbridge

There are a few things to keep in mind when completing the survey:

  1. Your participation is voluntary, and you may withdraw at any time.
  2. Your responses are anonymous.
  3. This survey will close on 17/12/2021.

Data will be securely stored and retained by Kildare County Council in line with its data protection policy https://www.kildare.ie/CountyCouncil/YourCouncil/GovernanceandCompliance/DataProtection/ 

If you have any questions you can contact parks@kildarecoco.ie

 
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Part 1: About you
We want to understand who uses the playground
Part 2: The playground at Newbridge Sports Centre
We want to know what works and what doesn't work.
This includes questions on disability and access to play facilities for:
  • our children that may have a disability
  • the adults who are caring for them and they themselves have a disability
This is to ensure that playgrounds are accessible, safe, and enjoyable for all users.
Part 3: About planning for new play facilities in Newbridge

In this part of the survey, we are asking what is important to you as we plan new play facilities in Newbridge. 

What is important to you for play provision in Newbridge?
Part 4: Natural Play Area

Kildare County Council plan to provide a Natural Play Area in Newbridge. 
In a natural play area, there is an emphasis on natural elements and landscaped features rather than traditional playground equipment.