New fountain in Bracknell park restoration

South Hill Park in Bracknell
Image caption The single fountain jet reaches 6m into the air

A fountain, created as part of the redevelopment of a Berkshire park, has been officially unveiled.

The water feature has been installed at South Hill Park in Bracknell as part of a £2.3m lottery-funded restoration project.

It has a single jet which reaches 6m (20ft) into the air and has been designed to help to aerate the lake and improve the habitat for wildlife.

Manager Cath Moss called it a "fantastic addition" to the park.

The fountain is set to be the backdrop for outdoor theatre performances later in the year.

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