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PEOPLE in three north Warwickshire villages are to be given their say on how community play areas should be refurbished.

Around pounds 100,000 is being made available by North Warwickshire Borough Council to revamp play areas in Hurley and Wood End, near Atherstone, and at Corley.

The money is being made available to pay for new equipment, surfacing, fencing and benches.

The borough council is launching a consultation process and is inviting people with comments to e-mail community devel op ment@northof his by the end of April.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Apr 3, 2006
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