Please visit their website roxhillcastle.wordpress.com and read about what they’re doing. Follow the link to sign up for a work day/shift. Please tell your neighbors, tell your work place, tell your faith community & tell your favorite businesses. They need food/drink donations for volunteers, as well as more wonderful volunteers!
The Roxhill Park playground, known to many as the Roxhill Castle was built by the community back in 1994. It is a unique and iconic park, and very important to the children of the Westwood and Roxhill neighborhoods of West Seattle. It is a unique playground and natural bog & trail area in a historically underserved community. The play structure is now end of life and has been demolished. The Seattle Parks department agreed to rebuild the park in the same fashion and style, using the same contractor. In return, the community pledged to provide the labor. The new park will now also be ADA accessible!
Our community, our neighborhoods, need people to believe in them – sleeves rolled up, do it for the kids, believe in them. This project can only be built with volunteers willing to saw, hammer, nail, and paint it. And that’s a beautiful thing. – Roxhill Castle