The stage / catwalk at the “Jugendfläche Eschbachweg” this afternoon, with daytime temperatures finally reaching 20°C.

The stage / catwalk at the "Jugendfläche Eschbachweg" this afternoon, with daytime temperatures finally reaching 20°C.

New open space for young people in the Eschbachweg

When a group of young people gathered at the new “Jugendfläche” in the Eschbachweg back in May, they had probably hoped for better weather.  The park was due to be officially opened with a Zumba dance.  Instead, it rained most of the time.

Not that it was a major problem, because there was still enough to do.  The stencil workshop was particularly popular, where works of art were created using stencils and spray paint.  And everyone was able to keep warm thanks to the sausages and hot drinks.  [Read more…]

Yet more rubbish bins set alight

Last Thursday night (15th August, 2013) yet more rubbish bins containing waste paper were set alight throughout Oberursel, some of which caused damage to neighbouring buildings which is estimated to worth around €30,000 in total.

Police are treating the fires are arson and are asking for witnesses to call them in Bad Homburg on 06172 1200.

The rubbish bins were in the Berliner Straße, Erich-Ollenhauer-Straße, Lahnstraße, Vorstadt, and Eschbachweg, the latter of which caused damage to the entrance to a Kindergarten.


Children make their wishes known at the Dornbachwiesen

Children handing over their wishes at the Dornbachwiesen (Photo: Stadt Oberursel)

A new playground is planned on the Dornbachwiesen to replace the one that was lost when the Kita Regenbogenland was extended.

Local children gathered to present Alderman Christof Fink and the planning office their wishes and ideas for the new playground, which will be built along the Eschbachweg between the Heidegraben and Lahnstraße.

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