Colchester Parks and Recreation celebrated the donation of a children's play structure from local manufacturer InCord. The new addition was installed as part of the Playscape area of the Colchester RexPlex. A ribbon cutting ceremony held on November 9th was officiated by First Selectman Gregg Schuster and attended by representatives of InCord, Colchester Park and Recreation and Public Works.
The early snow from a passing nor'easter gave quite a contrast to the play system that might otherwise blend into its surroundings on a summer day. The play structure, called a Triops Piramide Mini, is semi-rigid rope and knot system designed for climbing. "The play structure flexes with sway and bounce and is suitable for children of all ages" says InCord's Meredith Ritz. The play structure was custom made at the InCord rope and netting facility just around the corner on Upton Road.
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