Construction has begun on the Natural Playground at Pine Gully Park and the Seabrook Open Space, Beautification and Preservation Committee is collecting donations to help build several park features.
Funding will help purchase a variety of playground elements made entirely of natural or recycled materials. The natural playground will not only be environmentally sound, but it will be safer than tradition playgrounds with large embankment slides and other features that offer accessibility to all children with or without disabilities.
Sand beds, large boulders, water features, sound gardens and raised flower beds will engage all five sense during play. Play alternatives will include a zip line, living willow structures, a “serpent” mound, rock climbs, tree forts, swings with limited mobility and standard seating, friendly tire snake, plus a beautiful fountain.
If you would like to donate please download and complete the Natural Playground Donation Brochure and return it to the City of Seabrook at 1700 First Street.
For more information please contact Helen Burton, Chair of the Seabrook Open Space, Beautification and Preservation Committee at (281) 474.7133 or by email at email@example.com. You may also call Heather Cable at (832) 693.6405 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.