[video: Music plays. Title of the video: Together we're Auckland. Rob Richardson, Sandringham community group leader, sits in front of the new playground in Sandringham]
Rob Richardson, Sandringham community group leader: So, SPiCE came about in 2013. The council and the local Eden board wanted to reinvigorate this reserve, and they really wanted to get community involvement in that process.
[video: Slow motion of girl walking across a wooden plank in the playground, with other people in the background and a backdrop of Sandringham]
Rob Richardson: So, a lot of community people all came together to create SPiCE.
[video: Rob Richardson and local woman resident looking and discussing the playground features]
Rob Richardson: So within the park we have got a mosaic which is done with the children at Edendale School.
[video: close up of a stone mosaic in grey, brown and white colours]
Rob Richardson: We've got the table tops here which is sort of based on patterns of local community cultures.
[video: close-up of various table tops patterns representing different cultures]
Rob Richardson: We've got the tiles on the ground which are representing picnic rugs because it's a dining space. We put the lighting in of course to encourage more visitors in the evenings.
[video: tracking shot of lights in the playground]
Rob Richardson: Then we've got the playground as well which is obviously next to a busy road needed to have some safety fence around it.
[video: tracking shot of the safety fence in multiple colours]
Peter Haynes, Albert-Eden Local Board Chair: This community really knew what it was doing, so it didn't need a hell of a lot of advice. So I guess the main thing we did was listen.
[video: two young girls playing around pole, following by Rob Richardson watching a young girl going down a slide]
Peter Haynes: Even when it was being built, I came down here and the guys who were constructing it said it was very special and they were really pouring their heart into it.
[video: Rob Richardson and little girl on the see-saw]
Peter Haynes: And people are really enjoying it. They love it. It's unique. It's now part of Sandringham. It's what makes Sandringham so special.
[video of little girl running through playground and jumping up to camera, followed by young girl walking across a wooden bridge]
Peter Haynes: Working together with Aucklanders will help us get it right for everyone.
[video: Rob Richardson and Peter Haynes discussing the project in the playground.]
Peter Haynes: It will ensure we provide the best value in everything we do, from the important daily work of running our city to the big projects that shape our region's future.
[video: young girl sliding down slide, followed by two young girls smiling to camera and finally Peter Haynes back on camera]
[video: Text Auckland Council logo. Music plays. www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz]
Duration: 1 minute 41 seconds.