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Annual Play Area Inspection Report 2017

  • Medium Risk (require appropriate action within resources and individual site assessment)
  1. Remove or replace the decayed and split low 'Stepping Posts' on the Adventure Trail.
  2. Check with a view to repairing or replacing the Carousel bearings.
  • Low Risk (only require monitoring and general maintenance)
  1. some rotting of fence posts and palings
  2. strimmer damage
  3. some missing caps and covers
  4. need for a general mechancal check
  5. some ground surface shrinkage

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