Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands

by Brighton Council
New BBQ area and toilet at Bridgwater Parkland

Brand new toilet facilities at the Bridgewater Parkland in Eddington Street were recently completed as part of the Bridge­water Parkland Master Plan for the area. Alongside the new public loos, there are also new BBQ shelters, picnic tables, a water fountain and bike stands for the community to enjoy. Brighton Council engaged Ho­bart-based, landscape architect studio, Playstreet, to design and develop Bridgewater Parkland. The parkland has been wel­comed by the community and is even now featured on the Heart Foundation’s Health Active by Design website as a “valuable area of public open space”. The official opening of this stage two of Bridgewater Parkland is scheduled for August. All of the local community and users will be invited along for a celebra­tion at the park.

Water views from Bridgewater Parkland 
The BBQ area as it was nearing completion

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Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
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Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
Welcome additions to Bridgewater Parklands
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