REPORT: Parents criticise playground refurb for ignoring needs of disabled children

A new adventure playground in Kent has been criticised by the parents of disabled children who say there's no room for them.

The Radnor Park project in Folkestone is part of a series of refurbishments that has cost Shepway council £400,000.

Although it is attracting many families, there are complaints that the space does not cater for youngsters with special needs.

Iain McBride reports.

Iain spoke to parents Jade Bourne, Sarah Hill and Rachel Thomas.