Wanted: Your views on plans for Go Ape adventure in Leeds Roundhay Park

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Leeds Council is calling on the people of the city to share their views on proposals for an aerial adventure course in Roundhay Park.

Plans for a Go Ape activity circuit came in October as part of a report outlining exciting refurbishment plans at spots across the city. The ropes course, featuring ziplines and suspended platforms, is proposed to be built in the trees in the Ram Wood area of the park.

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Councillor Lucinda Yeadon, Leeds City Council’s executive member for the environment and sustainability, said: “We were keen from the very start that everyone who wished to do so would be given the opportunity to offer their thoughts on the idea.”

You can email the council your views on the proposal for a Go Ape course before January 7 to goapeconsultation@leeds.gov.uk

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