The play areas at Cottesloe Park, Haydon Hill Park and Walton Court Park have been improved.
As part of its Play Area Improvement Programme the council has allocated significant funding to improve equipment suitable for youngsters between the ages of two and 12.
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Councillor Clive Harriss said: “I am really pleased we have been able to make these improvements to three of our local play areas. We know how important parks and open spaces are for those with children. It’s so important for children of all ages and abilities to have access to safe and accessible spaces where they can run around and play freely.”
The council says the funding was allocated based on discussions held with local residents who offered opinions on how to improve the parks.
More information on Bucks play areas is available on the council website.