Dudley Council has pledged to spend £10k on improvements to a Stourbridge park play area following a successful Community Forum bid from The Friends of Greenfield Gardens.
The green space will see resurfacing around the toddler play units using £5,000 of Community Forum funding and £5,700 of Section 106 money.
Work is expected to start early in the New Year and the friends group has pledged to work with the council to help maintain the new surface in the future.
Councillor Khurshid Ahmed, cabinet member for environmental services said:
Section 106 money, which comes from developers who are undertaking work in the borough, enables us to make improvements and investment in the local area and I am delighted that this work has been approved.
I would like to thank the friends group at Greenfield and the many other volunteers across the borough who help us to keep Dudley borough clean and green.”
For more information on parks and green spaces in Dudley borough people can visit www.dudley.gov.uk