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The new Brunswick Park will be upgraded for people with disabilities

The beaches of

MonctonandFrederictonhave been upgraded to improve the accessibility of.

A popular spot near Moncton, Parley Beach has accessibility mats that give people with disabilities access to sand and water. The

upgrade follows the 2021 state government's announcement to invest $ 400,000 in upgrades for accessibility in the park. It included comfort stations and mats unfolded on the beach.

All upgrades were announced on June 27th.

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Ability New Brunswick and Parasports NB explained that it was part of the unveiling ceremony and was a moving day when people were found to be using new facilities and mats.

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But Parlee isn't the only beach with accessibility upgrades.

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In Fredericton, Carne Lake and Morel Park are Fredericton Two locations through a $ 50,000 donation by The Rotary Club of North.

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Fredericton North Rotary Club's Bonnie Whit Hallett said this is the club's 100th anniversary initiative. Is part of a legacy project.

"We had so much to offer, so we chose Legacy, a dock with accessible features," she said.

Dock construction will soon be shipped for bidding. Hoyt-Hallet said it is likely to be installed by the end of the month, leaving enough time for people to enjoy the beach location.

"It's beautiful. In the city of Fredericton, there are rivers, there is also Lake Kyarn. Here people play on the beach, build sand castles, water, but always for everyone. It's not always possible, "she said in an interview on Sunday.

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"It's for those who may not have enjoyed what many people can do Means to pave the way for. "

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, I set foot in the first unrestricted summer. Lake Kyalne has a 12-foot platform where you can get on and off the ramp. The dock at Morel Park includes a transfer bar, so wheelchair users can take the bar to board and unload.

"Both docks are configurable, which means they can be rearranged to suit human needs during installation," the city said in a statement.

"Everyone in our city should be able to experience the joy of submerging their toes. Thanks to the Fredericton North Rotary Club, this summer is a reality for many. It will be, "said Mayor Kate Rogers.

"The Fredericton City Council is very grateful for this meaningful donation and demonstrates 100 years of active community involvement by local Rotarians."

Once the dock is installed, the city will be responsible for the dock and maintenance.

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