Plans have been submitted to replace children’s play equipment at a park.

The Sarratt Parish Council wants to make the changes in the play area at the King George V Playing Fields in Sarratt.

Watford Observer: A CGI of the proposed new play equipment. A CGI of the proposed new play equipment. (Image: Caloo/Sarratt Parish Council)

In a CGI image submitted with the plan it shows the play area could soon have a skate ramp for budding skaters and an activity wall that includes a basketball hoop, a cricket wall, and a colour wall.

Watford Observer: Some of the suggested equipment in the plan.Some of the suggested equipment in the plan. (Image: Caloo/Sarratt Parish Council)A wooden climbing frame has also been suggested that is made up of different levels and obstacles.

Watford Observer: A wooden climbing frame.A wooden climbing frame. (Image: Pentagon Sport/Sarratt Parish Council)As well as the traditional swings, a roundabout and a seesaw, the application has included several other new elements such as an area for table tennis and play units for different age groups.

Watford Observer: Other items included in the planOther items included in the plan (Image: Caloo/Sarratt Parish Council)The location has been used as a play area since 1992 and the council stated the application is not to change its use.

Watford Observer: A bird's eye view of the plan.A bird's eye view of the plan. (Image: Caloo/Sarratt Parish Council)They added: “The application is to replace the existing play equipment with new safe and compliant equipment.”