Discussions underway with football club regarding Wymondham’s King’s Head Meadow playscape

The King’s Head Meadow Playscape Group at their Easter picnic in the park. Pictured left to right ar

The Kings Head Meadow Playscape Group at their Easter picnic in the park. Pictured left to right are: Derek Ward; Suzanne Nuri, Pete Green; Annette James; Iain hastings; Karen Savage; Sue Day; Sharon Hastings and Jemma Melton. Picture: Rebecca Murphy - Credit: Archant

Members of Wymondham Town Council have met with Wymondham Town Football Club to discuss a way forward for the future of the King's Head Meadow play area.

Trevor Gurney, town clerk, said further discussions were planned on the issue following a vote to re-model the playscape and keep it at its current spot at the meadow at a town council meeting in June.

The playscape has been the focus of a long-running dispute between residents of nearby Orchard Way who say it brings excessive noise and anti-social behaviour and other town residents who support it staying.

Mr Gurney said a full council meeting planned for August 1 had been cancelled because there was nothing more on the playscape issue to report.

He said: 'In respect of King's Head Meadow Play equipment a positive informal meeting has been held with Mr Garwood, chairman of Wymondham Town Football Club and a number of ideas have been discussed.

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'Further discussions will take place but will not be concluded before the August 1.

'Another item that was to be considered related to a presentation from South Norfolk Council but they have requested that this is deferred until later in the year.'

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The next full council meeting is scheduled for September 5 at the town's Central Hall.

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