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Have your say on plans to improve Morecambe's Regent Park

John Freeman
Locals are to be asked for their views on proposed changes to Regent Park at an event to be held next Saturday (14th July).

Lancaster City Council, which owns the park, and Lancashire County Council's environmental projects team, have joined forces with The Friends of Regent Park to transform this once-popular park back into a vibrant open space for use by all.

Following recent consultation in which people were asked to complete questionnaires and feedback forms, The Friends of Regent Park have been working hard to reflect the wishes of the community in a new plan.

The proposed new-look Regent Park would see the removal of one of the three bowling greens to make way for a bigger play area, community seating areas, improved landscaping, an all weather sports pitch, and two multi-use games areas.

• To see the proposed changes and have your say on the design, come and meet The Friends of Regent Park this Saturday, 14th July 2012, from noon until  5.00pm at the West End Festival in Regent Park, Regent Road, Morecambe.