Today the Grimsby Telegraph reported that twenty play areas across North East Lincolnshire are set for a major refurbishment.
It is a question of waiting until you "see-saw" what will be appearing in your local area, and on this occasion nearly all parts of the borough will benefit.
A £1-million pound Government grant will see 22 of the region's outdoor areas upgraded, enhanced and improved over the next two years.
The grant is part of the Government's Playbuilder scheme and will see the renovation and replacement of existing equipment or the building of completely new play areas.
Project manager for North East Lincolnshire Council Barbara Walker said: "The Government see good quality play as an essential way of enriching young people's lives.
"To that end, we have come up with some fantastically innovative ideas for play and creativity in our local area.
"These play areas are well-used by children and parents and will provide an excellent social focus for the community.
"These sites will be placed at the heart of our communities and will fulfil the needs of residents and their children."
Councillor Steve Hocknell, portfolio holder for culture, leisure and healthier communities said: “The contractors are currently on site to install the first new play facility in Grimsby.
“We have consulted with young people on what play equipment they would like to see in their parks and all of the designs have been developed with their ideas in mind.
“We are keen to ensure children, young people and their families understand these are their play areas and therefore it is important they have an input in what they will feature.”
One of the first open spaces to benefit from Playbuilder Scheme is Sutherland Park, which is due to receive a £50,000 makeover.
Above is an artist’s impression of the new pay equipment which will be installed at Sutherland Park.