Holliday Park railing

Well that’s the Holliday Park fence painted again, should be good for at least a couple of years. Danny Bone (Chair of FOLM), Mick Brett and Paul Taylor from the Friends of Langley Moor would like to say a big thank you to the guys from Tesco’s Langley Moor and Durham County Council for their fantastic help and support. A special thanks also to Reprotec, who are based in the High Street in Langley Moor, who kindly funded the total cost of the Hammerite we used to paint the fencing. Some images below, including before and after shots.

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Holliday Park is OPEN!

Just in time for the Easter holidays, Holliday Park is completed and open for business to be enjoyed by all!

Unfortunately the seat and down wire is missing from our zip wire, but this certainly doesn’t spoil the enjoyment of the other facilities, which within moments of the security fencing being taken down, were being tested by local children! Picnic benches and seating are installed and awaiting some good weather!

We are very proud of our new park, and very thankful to everyone who helped make this project a reality.

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High Street, Langley Moor – Gap Site update

Unfortunately the work to create our new public area has been delayed by a week.

The new start date for works to commence is 13 April 2015. The gap in the High Street behind the bus shelter will be completely transformed into a wonderful meeting place which we hope the whole community will enjoy for many years to come.

Further updates once work commences will be posted to the site.