The money will allow the group to employ the services of a landscape architect to help produce plans and obtain costings for three future projects at the play park on Jubilee Green.
Once the plans have been drawn up, the group will be able to seek funding to carry out the projects.
FoJG Chairperson Michelle Dent told The Journal:
“We now only have to raise £397 to reach our fundraising target; the other sources of funding for this project have come from Bradley Stoke Town Council and donations received from the community at our events.”
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