Oxfordshire County Council leader Ian Hudspeth will be the first person to go down a zip wire at a new children’s play area on Saturday.
Woodstock Town Council has installed new play equipment in the town including a multi-use games area with basketball hoops in New Road and skateboarding equipment in Budds Close.
The event will be held at the New Road site from 10.30am and will include basketball coaching, goody bags for the children and refreshments.
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