Renfrewshire park welcomes world’s first KOMPAN Robinia castle
Robertson Park in Renfrewshire has been upgraded with a worldwide first KOMPAN Robinia castle and lots of play equipment to bring greater play value to the area.
Offically opened last week by Councillor Cathy McEwan, the Robertson Park play space draws inspiration from the local surrounding area providing a fun and educational experience.
Play and fitness equipment provider KOMPAN won the tender to enhance the area through landscape design and play equipment.
Designed to be inclusive and fun, as well as physically and mentally challenging, this new play area, combined with the existing facilities, will draw children and adults from near and far, creating a destination play area which is safe, attractive and original.
Made from robinia wood, one of the hardest and most durable woods available, these castles are not only aesthetically pleasing but extremely robust and hard wearing.
Commenting on the design and equipment, Colin Griffin, commercial director of KOMPAN Scotland, said: “We wanted to give children an inspirational play park, very different to more traditional playgrounds by providing our large themed Robinia units. Our Robinia wood castles are based on Scottish Castles so it only seemed fitting that Scotland should be the 1st to experience these castles, making this is a rather special play area.”