The final design and installation of Mayfield has a fusion of industrial elements such as I-beams used on the swings with a combination of natural elements, such as robinia used for parts of the trim trail. The rich blue powder coating on the towers make them stand out and give the overall aesthetic a modern and sleek look. At Massey and Harris we believe it’s important to help children develop their gross motor skills and the challenging elements at Mayfield really make this possible. There’s a number of high towers and big slides as well as play units for younger ones to enjoy. There’s elements such as talk tubes and crawl tunnels as well for break out play opportunites. Some of our favourite pieces of equipment from Mayfield include; the crazy climber into one of the towers, the seesaw with an industrial twist and the wheelchair accessible roundabout inspired by cotton mill drums. Check out the pictures below to see more of Mayfield!
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Mayfield Park can be accessed from dawn to dusk throughout the year, and can be accessed from Hoyle Street at the east of the park, or Baring Street at the west of the park.