LUNDERSTON Bay Playpark Work To Start

3 August, 2022 | Local

WORK on a new £200,000 playpark at an Inverclyde beauty spot is swinging into action this week.

Inverclyde Council is providing the facility at Lunderston Bay, between Gourock and Inverkip.

Contractors have arrived on site and work is expected to last until the end of September.

The playpark has nature and maritime themes and is being built near the visitor centre, toilets and changing facilities.

Councillor Michael McCormick, Inverclyde Council’s convener of environment and regeneration, said: “Since the council took over responsibility for the Inverclyde parts of Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park we immediately set the wheels in motion for much-needed investment in Lunderston Bay and Greenock Cut Visitor Centre.

“These are two of our most popular and valued outdoor attractions so it’s only right that they get the care and attention they deserve to keep them in good shape for visitors from near and far to enjoy them.

“The addition of a high-end children’s playpark will add another dimension to what is already here at Lunderston Bay.”

The new play area will be to the east of the toilets at the bay

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