The Splash Park is CLOSED due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Maldon District Council have announced that the Splash Park will not be opening in 2020 due to the difficulties in operating during the current pandemic.
HEALTH INFORMATION FOR VISITORS
The health and well-being of all visitors is a prime concern and park staff are on hand to help minimise the risk of injury or infection.
With large numbers of children playing together, infection can spread quickly. Parents are asked not to bring an unwell child to the Splash Park - especially if they have experienced diarrhoea or vomiting in the previous 48 hours.
Waterproof dressings should be used to cover any cuts, grazes or veruccas and children should be protected from the sun with a high factor sun cream.
All accidents occurring in the Splash Park should be reported to First Aid personnel immediately.
All users of the Splash Park should wear appropriate swimwear at all times and very young children must use swim nappies. Disposable swim nappies are available in small, medium and large sizes from the kiosk for a small fee.
Please ensure that you only film or photograph your friends and family.
Should any child have a ‘little mishap’ the facility could be closed for up to 4 hours for cleansing purposes - please help us to reduce this risk.
FOR YOUR SAFETY ... please
DO NOT run in the play area or climb on the play features.
DO NOT bring water guns, plastic bottles or other containers into the water area.
DO NOT drink the water. Although it is quite clean, it is not advisable to drink.
DO NOT bring food, alcohol or glass bottles into the Splash Park.
PLEASE NOTE dogs are not permitted in the Splash Park or within the surrounding fenced play area.
The Splash Park is owned and operated by the Maldon District Council