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New climbing tower for toddlers

The mother-child facility "Haus St. Monika" has existed for over 30 years and a playgroup for small children has also been housed in the premises for about 20 years. In the course of a new construction and the conversion of the building, a comprehensive renovation of the garden was also necessary. Only some existing playground equipment was still intact and a large part could not be rebuilt. In particular, the old climbing frame was no longer usable and the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation helped with the conversion project as part of the employee Christmas allowance. The new, flexible climbing tower is designed especially for small children, since play, relaxation and meaningful leisure activities in the garden should be possible for all children in the facility. 


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