Marham Play Area
Marham Play Area has been extensively refurbished over the last several years. This started in 2008 when RAF Marham kindly donated and paid for a double swing, toddler swing, see-saw, slide and 2 springy rockers to be refurbished and installed. The Parish Council were awarded a grant from The Big Lotto fund to provide rubber safety matting for these items.
In 2009 Marham parish Council were awarded a grant from Norfolk Youth Project to fund a teen shelter, this is situated in front of the Pavilion.
In 2011 Marham Parish Council successfully applied for 3 grants. These were awarded by The Big Lotto fund, Wren and KLWNBC. These grants enabled a Multi-use games area (MUGA) to be installed behind the Bowling Green as well as a trim trail, a pirate ship, 2 play boards, speaker flowers, adult and children’s picnic sets and a new bench. The grants also enabled the area to be fenced and gated at both ends to provide a safe secure area for children to play. The equipment was installed in 2012 and a grand opening day was arranged, children from Marham Infant School, Marham Junior School and Shouldham St Martin School attended and took part in games and activities arranged by Kings Lynn Community Football. The Mayor of Kings Lynn, County Councillor, Borough Councillor and Station Commander also attended the event.
In 2014 Another grant was successfully awarded from The Big Lotto fund this funded a new Climbing frame which includes a scramble net, monkey bars and fireman’s pole.
If you have young children, grandchildren, nephews & nieces please bring them along to the Play Area where they can enjoy safe challenging play. All we ask is that you do not take Dogs into the play area and you put all litter in the litter bins provided.