Fundraiser tomorrow to upgrade ageing play equipment in St Albans park

Residents are looking to raise £64,000 for new play equipment

Residents are looking to raise £64,000 for new play equipment - Credit: Sarah Allison

In an effort to drum up funds to pay for a new play equipment at a park in St Albans, a campaign group are inviting people from across the district to an event tomorrow (14).

Friends of Victoria Playing Fields - a group of residents campaigning to upgrade the dilapidated play facilities on the Folly Lane site - will be offering tea, coffee and sausage sandwiches in an effort to reach the £64,000 target.

St Albans Mayor, councillor Salih Gaygusuz, will be attending the event and a children will also be able to play on a bouncy castle.

For more information on the fundraiser, visit or head down to Victoria Park tomorrow between 11.30am and 1.30pm.

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