The Laighhills Project: find out more, complete the questionnaire by 24 February

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The Laighhills Project

Public Consultation on 8 February

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Temporary Road Closures in February

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Laighhills Ecological Assessment

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LaighillsLaigh Hills Park is a large, fairly natural area easily accessed from the Cathedral and the centre of Dunblane. There is a play area at the south end of the Laigh Hills and this is the first part you come to. The play equipment at the site has recently been upgraded (2018) and includes a multi-unit climber, springies, twisted slide, dutch disc, helter skelter and swings. There is a sand play area with rope climber for young children.

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ochlochyThe Park was once common land for cattle grazing, and it was gifted to the people of Dunblane as a children's play area in 1942. Its name derives from Gaelic, meaning 'The Little Loch in the Field' which is an apt definition of Ochlochy Park. A popular pastime for the local children is feeding the families of ducks on the miniature loch. It is a pleasant place for a short walk with toddlers who will enjoy the streams, bridges and ponds. The pond itself in its present form was buit by Victorian engineers as a water reservoir for the railway.

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 Special Features - Football areas, sand pit and equipment, climbing frame for those a bit older, good fences and a dog grid.

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