We are pleased to announce a new play area is now open at Westmore Green, Tatsfield.
We maintain 35 play areas across the district. Each playground has between two to sixteen items on each site, ranging from a spring animal to a multi unit. The two largest sites are on Queens Park Road in Caterham on the Hill and at Whyteleafe Recreation Ground. All of our playgrounds have safety surface under each item, some have rubber surface and others have bark. The grass at each playground is cut and collected approximately 15 times a year.
Frequently asked questions about play areas.
The play equipment on the smaller sites is checked for wear and damage once a week, while the larger sites are checked three times a week. Once a year we have an independent inspection carried out on all our playgrounds. All of our playgrounds are inspected by our independent RPII annual inspectors. Every three months a Register of Play Inspectors International (This link will open in a new window) operational inspection is carried out to check for general wear and tear. And a routine visual inspection is carried out once a week on all equipment.
Play is fundamental to children's healthy development. Access to open space for play and exercise is vital for us all. Surrey has over 16,000 hectares (40,000 acres) of publicly accessible open space and 398 formal play areas. For more information about play areas in Surrey and Tandridge please see the link below.
You can find your local playground by area below or search on the map (This link will open in a new window).
For further information please contact Amenity Services on 01883 722000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tandridge District Council
8 Station Road East
Oxted RH8 0BT
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