Work starts on new £2m Runcorn Hill park pavilion and cafe

Nick Martin council open spaces, Andrew Flanaghan architect, Andrew Walsh building contractor and Carl Horsdal council architect on the site of the new cafe pavilion

Nick Martin council open spaces, Andrew Flanaghan architect, Andrew Walsh building contractor and Carl Horsdal council architect on the site of the new cafe pavilion

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WORK has started on a new £2 million project to transform Runcorn Hill Park.

A pavilion, which will include a cafe, community space and toilets is due to open in October.

A lakeside pavilion and garden pavilion are also being built beside the bowling greens.

The improvements have been funded through the Heritage Lottery.

Halton Council landscape architect Carl Horsdal said: "Visitors will soon see the new developments takiing shape. User feedback and council experience of parks provision indicate that Runcorn Hill Park would benefit from a café facility.

"It will be a great feature and somewhere for people to relax before or after enjoying everything else the park has to offer. "

People who regularly use the park have been asked for their suggestions.

 

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