RESIDENTS in Thornbury are being encouraged to have their say on a possible major revamp to a popular children’s play area.

The proposed improvements to the Streamleaze play area are the first in a series as Thornbury Town Council look to improve and upgrade all play areas in the town over the next few years.

Refurbishing the site will cost in the region of £20,000, which will be funded by the council and contributions from a nearby housing development.

A council spokeswoman said: “This play area is very well used and the proposals will greatly enhance the area.

We are currently consulting on replacing the play tower as well as adding a ground trampoline and several other pieces of toddler equipment and are seeking the views of local residents.”

The plans can be viewed by visiting

Comments on the project can be made by emailing, calling 01454 412103 or by delivering them to the Town Hall.

The closing date for comments is this Friday.