HAVING FUN: Moore Park Beach Community Playgroup coordinator Kim Miosge with Lucy Revelo and Byron Gloede. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail
HAVING FUN: Moore Park Beach Community Playgroup coordinator Kim Miosge with Lucy Revelo and Byron Gloede. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail Mike Knott

Community project delivers playful result

HELPING hands have made light work of a project to transform the play area of the Moore Park Beach Community Playgroup.

Playgroup co-ordinator Kim Miosge said the upgrade to the area beside the Community Hall had been a community project undertaken with support from the Moore Parks Beach Services Club, Bundaberg Regional Council and other community groups.

"The fenced, shaded area attached to the Moore Park Beach Community Hall has been utilised by our playgroup for the past 10 years," she said.

"Unfortunately it was not a pleasant place for our children to play as there was not much grass.

"The outdoor play are has been transformed into a vibrant, safe, user friendly area that the children are just loving."

Ms Miosge said the soft fall rubber surface had been designed with a race track and the children were giving it a great workout on their bikes.

"It provides more space to conduct learning activities that are suited to the outdoors such as science experiments, social interaction games and development activities."

Ms Miosge said the playgroup was very thankful for all the help they received and hoped it would encourage more families to join the group.



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