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Colo-i-Suva Children’s Park Takes Shape

A new children’s park at Colo-i-Suva will attract more visitors locally and from overseas says, Bank South Pacific (BSP) Nausori and Valelevu branch manager, Shailendra Roy. “Staff of BSP Nausori
27 Dec 2014 14:17
Colo-i-Suva Children’s Park Takes Shape
BSP staff Komal Ben, Aktab Mohammed and Ivamere Turaga at the Children’s Park in Colo-i-Suva.

A new children’s park at Colo-i-Suva will attract more visitors locally and from overseas says, Bank South Pacific (BSP) Nausori and Valelevu branch manager, Shailendra Roy.

“Staff of BSP Nausori and Valelevu are currently assisting private contractors build a children’s park within the Colo-i-Suva eco-tourism site and it is scheduled to open on December 30,” Mr Roy said.

He said the community project costing $10,000 would benefit the landowners because the new facility would help attract more visitors.

“The children’s park is located on a hilltop towards the lower-pool area which consists of playing facilities such as swings, monkey bars and other common playing area facilities.”

Mr Roy said the staff of the two branches would help in the landscaping of the lower pool and beautifying and decorating the playing area also.

“We are also painting the playing equipment and fencing the playing area.”

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