Update - 13 December 2017
Update - November 2017
A generous sponsorship deal with Te Awamutu-based company, Davies Foods, has been announced and will fund the entire cost of the bike skills park. Once complete the facility will be known as the Pop 'n' Good bike park.
With the sponsorship deal now in place,
construction on the bike skills park and playground will begin almost immediately.
Civil Construction Services has been contracted to do the work.
The existing playground at Selwyn Park will remain open for now, but it will be closed to the public for a period while construction is underway. Closure dates will be advised.
Donna and Paul Davies from Davies Foods join Te
Awamutu sisters Ruby Wrathall (5) and Olivia Wrathall (8) at the site of the
Pop 'n' Good bike park. A sponsorship deal from the company means construction
of the park will begin almost immediately.
Update - September 2017
- Maintain most of the semi-circular shape of the gardens.
- Keep three more rose beds as they are.
- Increase the overall rose bed area by nine square meters.
Update - August 2017
- a water play area
- a slide area
- new playground equipment
- a new fenced under-5 play area
- a bike skills area (detailed plans for this aspect are still being finalised).
Te Awamutu Rose Gardens