We had a great turnout in Rokewood and lots of fun thinking about the quirky and curious things that can be done in a township to make it a welcoming place for visitors and truckers that frequent the shops.
One of the best things in my mind was the mermaid and the potential that the lovely policeman or maybe even Pam might well be the model for the prototype. Well… you never know…
We’ve attached our notes here…
The following are the opportunities you raised including:
|Wheat or oats planted out at Drystone walls|
|Funkifying the toilets|
|Pam or the Policeman as the mermaid model in the park while the pool is opened|
|Planter boxes from old dunnies|
|Internal works on toilet including baby change table, extra cubicles, shower|
|Unbrellas, umbrella map, laser cut steel umbrellas, temporary and moveable and poseable umbrellas|
|Planter boxes from old horse troughs|
|A more interesting green and recycle system|
|Timber planter boxes made at the mens shed|
|Linking the church to the main street using planter boxes and umbrellas|
|Edible planter boxes|
|Games including bocce, hopscotch, chess etc on the green|
|Work with community planning group|
And I think out of all these came the list of Big Things…
|List of Big Things|
|Park equipment – rubber mat graphics|
While we were all chatting away Perry Mills was taking oodles of notes which we have attached. Don’t be surprised if they download themselves. We’ve also attached the powerpoint presentation David gave.
So thanks to you all for your time, looking forward to seeing you back in December for planning around how to pull of some of these great ideas!