Reading play area revamped for disabled children

A play area in Berkshire has opened after a £74,000 revamp to make it more accessible for disabled children.

Christchurch Meadows in Caversham now houses play equipment and interactive facilities for disabled youngsters.

Reading Borough Council said it wanted "to create a venue that can get disabled children fully involved in physical activity".

It added the "inclusive" play area was the first one in the town.

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