Pop down to your local park this weekend and you could help shape its future.
It has organised two events this Saturday (February 27) to encourage more people to share their views as part of the ongoing consultation , which closes at the end of March.
You can see initial proposals for the park and give your feedback from 10.30am to 1.30pm on the day at:
Isleworth Leisure Centre & Library, in Twickenham Road, Isleworth
The park's playground, also in Twickenham Road, Isleworth
There will be children's activities including drawing and den-building (weather permitting) to keep little ones busy.
Proposed changes to the park improve rebuilding or converting the derelict changing room block, refurbishing the playground and upgrading parking areas.
Consultants Adams & Sutherland have been appointed by the council to produce a master plan, and members of the public have until the end of March to provide their input.
'We've had some fantastic feedback already'
The council's leisure chief Councillor Ed Mayne said: "Redlees Park is very important to the local community, which is why we want local people to let us know how they think we can maintain and improve the park, so it can continue to be somewhere where everyone can visit and enjoy.
"We've had some fantastic feedback already. The events this weekend give residents another to chance to take a look at what is being discussed and be able to give their thoughts on what they would like to see."
For more about the plans and to have your say, click here .