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All-Abilities Children’s Roundabout Installed in Queen Elizabeth Park Playground
“Inclusive play spaces breakdown barriers between different groups and are important for developing an understanding of diversity amongst children, their families and the wider community,” said Lithgow City Council Mayor Stephen Lesslie.
The roundabout was 50% funded by the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program 2016 and 50% by Lithgow City Council. Queen Elizabeth Park Lithgow was chosen as the location as it is a major recreational facility for both the local community and visitors to the town and is right next to a child care centre.
Playgrounds are a place for play and learning - where kids develop physical and cognitive skills and build social relationships. The roundabout will enable children of varying abilities to engage in these play, social and educational processes.
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