All aboard for Inver kids
Just recently installed, the new locomotive, funded by the Council’s Community Services and the Tain and Easter Ross Ward budget, with support from Inver Community Council is already providing to be very popular with the children.
Inver community council are delighted with the new train. Treasurer Kay Skinner said: “Inver’s play area has always been popular and well used but the equipment was getting really old and showing signs of wear and tear from many years of use. We were worried that there would not be enough money to replace it but we are delighted that, by working together with Highland Council, we have been able to get this great new train in place. The children love it.
Councillor Fiona Robertson said: “Inver is a very active community whose volunteers do a great deal locally, such as repainting equipment and improving local paths. I am delighted that we have been able to put in funding from the Ward Budget and from Community Services to provide this great new train. I am sure it will provide pleasure for families for many years to come.”
Later this week The Highland Council will also be installing a new see-saw in the Inver play area.