WOOD SCULPTURES THROUGHOUT THE STORMONT ESTATE
Every detail has been carved skillfully into the sequoia wood by hand.
Three nature trails were designed to encourage locals and visitors, such as myself, to learn more about Stormont Estate, and its wildlife and history. Stormont Trails provide attractive trails for families and friends to explore and all offer an educational and engaging experience.
Every pathway lasts around 30 minutes, suitable for all ages, pushchair friendly and toilets located close by.
Following the various upgrades, which was underway when I last visited, Brilliant Trails took part in the revamp of Mo Mowlam play park.
Mo Mowlam play park has been transformed into an inclusive play park. The park is specially designed for children of all abilities, including wheelchair accessible roundabout, wheelchair-accessible swing, low-level lookout tower, trampoline, and dedicated sensory area.
The designers created bespoke features to make the play park unique — features such as the knights and sensory totem, along with the eye-catching design of the park entrance.
The park entrance is designed to match the Castle Theme area which encourages physical and imaginary play. Within the multi-sensory play area is a musical instrument engraved sensory totem, intended to stimulate children’s sense of touch through different textures.
As well as taking part in Stormont’s revamp of the play park Brilliant Trails now offer an interactive StormontTrails App which allows visitors to explore a range of trails around the Stormont Estate. The app is available on Android and Apple devices and can be downloaded free of charge.