A TOWYN play area is set for an investemt to replace old play equipment and to build new infant play area.
Towyn and Kinmel Bay Town Council has said a grant of £72,640 will be used to build the infant play area and to buy new play equipment for the Tir Prince Park.
There will also be an outdoor gym installed as part of the funding from WREN, a not-for-profit business that awards grants to community projects from funds donated by FCC Environment to the Landfill Communities Fund.
Hayley Parkes , town clerk for Towyn and Kinmel Bay Town Council, said: "We are very pleased to have been awarded this funding for our local community which will enable children of all ages to be encouraged to get out and play this summer.
"The town council would like to thank WREN & FCC Environment for all their support in helping us achieve this project for our community.
"We look forward to seeing the new play area take shape over the coming months, with the work scheduled to commence in April."
Peter Cox, managing director of WREN, said. “WREN is committed to funding projects that make a real difference to local communities, children and families.
"The Tir Prince Play Area will provide a fantastic space for local people to get outdoors and have some fun. We’re delighted to support
"Towyn and Kinmel Bay Town Council to make this happen and look forward to the completion of the project.”