CORAL Reef could be set to get an exciting new addition.

Early plans for a new splash pad at the Waterworld have been revealed.

A splash pad is a recreation area for water play that has little or no standing water.

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A Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) spokesperson said the pad "will supplement the existing structures in Coral Reef, broadening the activities available for younger children."

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According to a new spending proposal listed on BFC's website, section 106 money will be used to build the new pad.

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Section 106 money is cash contributed to the council by developers.

BFC’s culture and delivery boss, councillor John Harrison, is set to make a final decision on the proposal by Thursday, August 20.

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Coral Reef has been closed since lockdown began in March.

Run by Everyone Active, Coral Reef will remain closed while the leisure operators continue work to ensure a safe re-opening in line with Government guidance.

Bracknell Leisure Centre re-opened last week.