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Enfield park to get visitors fit
Chin ups, sit ups and step ups will be the order of the day in an Enfield park when new equipment is put in.
As part of a £15,000 project by Enfield Borough Council, 'trim trail' equipment will be installed in Albany Park in Hertford Road will have new outdoor gym facilities.
Chairman of the Friends of Albany Park, Gina Needs said: "The Friends of Albany Park welcome Enfield Council's investment with the new trim trail equipment which will encourage people of all ages to visit the area and try it out.
"It's fun and free, and we believe it will encourage more people to come to Albany Park and see for themselves what their local green space has to offer."
Cllr Chris Bond, who is responsible for parks at Enfield Council, said: "This project gives park users the opportunity to get fit an stay active and support the council's wider aims of promoting a healthy lifestyle.
"We want to make sure as many people as possible use our parks and one way of doing that is by making sure we offer a wide range of diverse and interesting activities for people of all ages to enjoy."
Park users will be consulted on the plans before they are finalised.
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