A NEW COMMUNITY OPEN SPACE – WHAT DOES ROMSEY NEED? (Graap) (Tuesday March 16)
A NEW COMMUNITY OPEN SPACE – WHAT DOES ROMSEY NEED?
Does Romsey need a giant flying fox?
How about a challenging rockface-type climbing wall?
Or a large outdoor amphitheatre where people could hold public performances and gatherings?
What about a playground with a huge basket type swing which could hold not only you but your best mates?
These are just some of the ideas the Greater Romsey All Abilities Park (GRAAP) committee have thought about for the public space they are working to build in our great town.
And now we need YOUR ideas and YOUR input. Your Community Group may have needs which compliment GRAAP’s objectives.
Come along to a PUBLIC MEETING at the Romsey Community Hub on Tuesday, March 16, at 7.30pm, and tell us what YOU would like to see in a new community open space.
WHERE COULD IT GO, we hear you ask?
GRAAP has considered a range of places which may suit such a park, including the OLD PRIMARY SCHOOL site in Palmer Street.
We’re also keen to talk to landowners or developers who might like to suggest a new ‘greenfields’ site for such a development.
How do you make Romsey better? By having a say!
We’re urging business groups, community groups, non-profit organisations as well as individual community members to come along and have a chat with our GRAAP site selection sub-committee on the night.
Come along, tell us what you think and help us shape Romsey’s future for the better!
For further information, please contact:
Raelene Mottram Phone: 0409 148708