Rv park mooted for gympie showgrounds – by Mark Bailey
A NSW park where a toddler got trapped and burned after he was allegedly tossed around and hit with a wooden baseball bat on the ground by locals has been mooted.
Wyndin Park in Piedrahurst, in north-east Sydney, was established in 1876 after the population increased when a train from Portsy went through town.
The park is at the centre of an ongoing feud between residents and locals over a proposed re-buildin아로마 마사지g of a cricket field in the area.
There have been several reports that rubbish has been removed from the field – prompting a protest by residents.
Wyndin Park and the nearby Waugh Park remain under the control of Council for the Built Environment, but the area around Wyndin Park has been used as a cricket field since the 1950s.
One park visitor told 3AW last year that the park had b영주안마een “run by locals for locals”.
However, Wyndin Park Council has defended the 대구 마사지cricket field from residents’ calls for it to be turned into a playground and the club.
Last October, it was reported the park had suffered damage from local rubbish.
Local police have said they had been advised by residents they should not go into Wyndin Park.
The council released a statement saying the park has not been used for anything other than community use.
Topics: community-and-society, parks, sydney-2000