Bayside Council to hold a Super Saturday of official park openings

Bayside Council will hold a Super Saturday for four official openings of various park amenities on Saturday, May 4.

Bayside Council mayor Bill Saravinovski and and his fellow councillors will be attending a round of park visits on the day to open new facilities at Bexley Oval, Ramsgate, Sans Souci and Dolls Point.

The mayor and councillors will also be taking the opportunity to talk with local residents about any concerns they may have.

The Super Saturday of park openings will kick-off at Bexley at 10am when the mayor will unveil the plaque on the new amenities block near Henderson Road.

The mayor and councilors will then move to Tonbridge Street Reserve, Ramsgate to open the new amenities block near Florence Street at 11.15am.

Following this they will go to Pine Park, The Grand Parade, Sans Souci at 12.30pm where there will be a plaque unveiling of the the new children's playground opposite 292 Grand Parade followed by a community barbecue.

They will finish the day at Depena Reserve, Russell Avenue, Dolls Point, at 2pm for a plaque unveiling at the new amenities block near the children's playground.