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Kids get to grips with Crouch Hill zip wire

PUBLISHED: 15:34 03 August 2013

Christian Brown, Alix Simpson, Fidan Dolinska, Kieran Matthews and Telle Dolinska pictured with leader of Islington Council, Cllr Catherine West at the open day

Christian Brown, Alix Simpson, Fidan Dolinska, Kieran Matthews and Telle Dolinska pictured with leader of Islington Council, Cllr Catherine West at the open day

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High-flying kids got to grips with the zipwire at a newly refurbished woodland playground.

Cape, in the Parkland Walk Nature Reserve, held an open day on July 20 to show off it’s new facilites, including treetop walkways, a tree house, a bridges, den building and a roof garden.

The Ewok-village style play area is part of Islington Council’s £16.5million transforation of the area, centred around the brand new Ashmount School.

Catherine West, leader of Islington Council, said: “Cape is in such a fantastic location and surrounded by the trees, you can easily forget that it’s part of a busy London borough.”

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