Littleton Children's Fund

Castle Playground was built by many members of the Littleton community in 1991. They created a non-profit group, The Littleton Children's Fund (LCF), to maintain the playground. In 2014 the town took over maintenance, but LCF continues to support the playground.

Castle's Fate

Like many of the playgrounds of its era, Castle needs many repairs and upgrades. It no longer meets safety and ADA standards.  A certified playground inspector provided an assessment of the playground over the summer of 2014, which recommends developing a plan to replace the playground over the next year or two. LCF wants to make sure that Castle is replaced. We are beginning our Fundraising Campaign to make that happen. Please help by making a Paypal donation today. Thank you.

Aidan's Playground is located at Castle in the Trees Playground. It was built in November, 2013 in memory of 10 month old Littleton resident Aidan Mallio who died in a drowning accident in July 2012.. The playground is for ages 2-5.

Aidan's Playground

If you want to help or have questions, please contact the Littleton Children's Fund at castleinthetrees@hotmail.com. You can also send us mail to:


Littleton Children's Fund

PO Box 2173

Littleton, MA 01460



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Castle in the Trees Playground
300 King St - Littleton, MA

NEWS: Castle has a new logo! Thanks to Geralyn Miller and the Littleton Girl Scout Troop #65221 for their logo design.


Next Meeting Wed, Dec. 3 at 7:00 pm 

Small Conf Room, Reuben Hoar Library

 



                

OCTOBER 20, 2014


Littleton Board of Selectman reviewed the Playground Inspection Letter and determined that Castle can stand until funds are available to replace it.