Adur & Worthing Council have recently published the new masterplan for Brooklands Park, following consultation with over 800 people responding and the councils working closely with the Friends of Brooklands Park.
The councils have already spent more than £800,000 on improvements, including the new boardwalk, which is a huge improvement, and there will be a new adventure playground, zip-wire, pedestrian crossing to the beach and much more.
I've received a few emails from people sad to see some of the older attractions that used to be active in the park going, but it's worth considering that this park is here to stay and the councils are exploring how to make the park more attractive to more people in the coming years.
People have also been concerned about the go-cart tracks and the councils are negotiating with the owners to find an alternative site for the go-carts and this will be included as part of the new plans of the park.
I have been working closely with local councillors, like Cllr Keith Bickers, to ensure the views of local residents are heard as part of the improvement works.
I paid a visit on a (very !!!!) windy day to the park to discuss a view of the key issues and I've recorded a short video,