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Winnipeg Park Reopens Following Play Structure Upgrades

August 3, 2019 8:34 AM | News

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St. Boniface Councillor Matt Allard speaks at the reopening of Lambert Park on Friday, August 2, 2019. (@CITYOFWINNIPEG / TWITTER)

A Winnipeg park is now reopen following the installation of new playground features.

Lambert Park at 1045 Lambert Street in Holden now boasts a new swing set, sandbox, picnic table, bench, waste receptacle, and granular path.

“Though Holden is a small community, the children and families there deserve to have opportunities for recreation in their neighbourhood,” said St. Boniface Councillor Matt Allard.

The project cost approximately $30,000, with funding from the 2019 Parks and Recreation Enhancement Program.


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