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Removal of No Ball Games Signs


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Conwy County Borough Council believe play is important and as many of our open spaces as possible should allow children to play freely. Because of this we believe some No Ball Games Signs could be taken down.
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Click here to watch a video about the importance of play and the removal of no ball game signs

If you think there is a No Ball Games Sign in your community that should be taken down, please get in touch with CVSC Play Development Team on 01492 523857 or complete the form below and email it to playdevelopment@cvsc.org.uk

Conwy County Borough Council supports children’s right to play as enshrined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. However, when children and young people are playing out we must ask that consideration is shown for other residents in the area. 

When a request to remove a No Ball Games Sign is made an audit of the area is completed and local residents, the local councillor and local PCSO is consulted before a judgement is made about the removal. 

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