Block A, Centre House
Tuesday 17th April 2012
Children at a play scheme will enjoy a brighter and more colourful play centre thanks to the work of a group of students.
Community Wardens from the University of Birmingham Guild of Students, have now finished work at Coronation Road Play Centre, in Selly Oak.
They have helped to revamp tables, benches and fencing with a fresh lick of paint, while working with the centre's after school club.
The wardens, who exist to make the area safer, cleaner and greener for all residents, have also encouraged and involved the children in other arts and crafts activities.
Zuki Majuuqwana, the guild's vice president, community and housing, said: "This is just another fantastic example of the community wardens reaching out and interacting with the local community.
"We hope to host a quiz in a bid to source additional support for this scheme and raise awareness of the Coronation Road Play Scheme among students and local residents alike."
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