The playing field and all equipment is the responsiblity of High Easter Parish Council. The new play area at Jubilee Meadow is now open for use and will be officially opened by the children from Butterflys pre-school on Monday 20th July.
The Parish Council is required to produce a covid risk assessment and this can be viewed here Risk_Assessment_HE_Play_Equipment.pdf.
Before using the play area please take time to read the guidance which is attached to the fencing and can also be viewed here, HEPC_Covid_19_play_area_poster.pdf
This project has been made possible through the commitment of the Parish Council and with the help of the following,
High Easter Sports Initiative Fund and those who donated to this fund in 2011-12. - £14,600
Butteflys pre-school High Easter who took part in a sponsored toddle to raise funds - £400
Donation from the estate of t/l Geoffrey Taylor given for use in the community - £1,000
Proceeds from SAS talk arranged by Robert Lodge - £200
Grant from Uttlesford Community Project Fund - £3,500
Grant from Essex County Council Locality Fund - £1,300
And from all the residents of High Easter who allowed the Parish Council to increase precept in 2020/21 to cover the shortfall in funding- £11,000
Thanks also to Cllr Robert Lodge, Cllr Nigel Boreham, Clem Kelsey for their efforts to clear the site prior to the installation which saved a further £1,200 of cost.
The Parish Council is working on a phase 2 project to see the basketball space improved, seating for teenagers, table tennis table and an additional slide. This will be dependant on grant funding.