As part of the wider regeneration of Zetland Park a crowdfunding project has been launched to purchase two pieces of inclusive play equipment within Zetland Park in Grangemouth.

The initial targets is to raise £5,500 for the purchase of an accessible roundabout which will allow all children to enjoy the sensation of spinning, together, at the same time. The design of the roundabout means that users can stand or sit and the space provided means that it can be used by those in wheelchairs and buggies.

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Allana Hughes and Zetland Park signThe crowdfunding is not the only way of supporting the inclusive play project, Allana Hughes Project Officer for the Zetland Park Regeneration is rising to the challenge and riding the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 to help raise funds for the Zetland Park Inclusive Play project.

Allana said

"My reason for choosing this as my cause is because as the project manager of the Zetland Park Project it is a cause close to my heart, but also because of the profound impact a visit to Play As One Scotland’s inclusive play park in Dunfermline with a wheelchair user from Carrongrange School had on me."

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