Inviting feedback on the ideas for play opportunities in Easter Carmuirs Park
From March – May 2022 the team behind the project to make proposals for play opportunities in the park worked with local school children, had discussions with local residents at a pop-up ‘play in the park’ event, and engaged with participants at the Twilight Sports Sessions to develop a series of suggestions for actions and projects which could make the park a more inclusive, inspiring and play-ful place.
We would like to know what you think of the ideas for the play opportunities we’ve identified.
- You can feedback your preferences using this PDF which has clickable boxes: please rank the projects from 1-12 in order of their priority to you (with 1 as the top priority project).
- If you don’t like a project at all, just put a X in the box
- Please return completed PDF surveys to playECP@gmail.com. If you’d like to add more detailed comments please feel welcome to email them to this address too, where we will collect all feedback and responses.
You can read a more detailed ‘project sheet’ on each suggestion on the Play ECP Facebook page, just search Play ECP to see more about each idea and join the discussion.
Below is a PDF file version of the feedback form , please download and return your completed forms as detailed above to: playECP@gmail.com
This project is managed by Green Action Trust, working in partnership with Our Place Camelon & Tamfourhill and with consultant landscape architect LTLA. It is funded by the Community Renewal Fund.
The second local project requiring your input is the Climate Change Survey. The Community Climate Action Plan Core Group are looking at what projects they think or believe can be developed locally which will address the climate emergency. These proposed projects and initiatives will better prepare Camelon and Tamfourhill to respond effectively to the many problems the community will face due to climate change. This will include new opportunities to support positive developments like making our community buildings more energy efficient and therefore lower costs for heating and lighting. The Core Group would be grateful if you could complete this very short survey on Climate change, the survey can be done online if you follow this link:
Thanks for your support: