Parks and Gardens update

Peacehaven Town Council maintain parks and open spaces around the town including, Centenary park,
The Dell, Howard park, The Oval and Epinay park as well as play areas and sports pitches.
Due to the covid 19 pandemic the areas were not maintained to their usual high standard, but the ground
staff have been working to get these back, whilst still maintaining the governments rules regarding the
virus.

The bowling club have been able to start back and it has been nice to see the green being used again,
football has still not been given a restart date but small groups have started to do some training on the
pitches.

With the playgrounds and outdoor gyms being able to open from the 4th July we have carried out full covid
risk assessments and we will put up signage to help remind users to maintain social distancing, hand
sanitising, etc. We are all in this together and hope that users of our parks will be aware of the new rules
and try to stick to them. PTC staff will be spraying both play equipment and gym equipment with
disinfectant daily, weather permitting, but all users are encouraged to wipe down equipment before using it.

Finally, we do try to empty our waste bins in the parks regularly, but if you find a bin is full, please either use
another bin or take your rubbish home with you, this will help to keep our parks safe and tidy.