For crying out loud.... keep the Kia Sportage away from Lambeth.
For crying out loud.... keep the Kia Sportage away from Lambeth. But why? Kia Motors, you see - along with Trees for Cities – has helped regenerated the Triangle Adventure Playground. In fact, Kia has paid for new hard wearing grass so that children can play games without getting covered in mud. The company's staff even helped lay the green stuff, which might be ruined if the four-wheel-drive Sportage tests its metal in the playground. The grass complements seven new fruit trees, plus the established facilities. These include climbing frames, swings, and the vegetable garden where kids learn how 'not' to ruin plants.Juliet Hobday, who assists at the playground, revealed: “The work that has been done by Kia, Trees for Cities, and the Kia Oval staff has greatly enhanced the playground. I’m sure the children will love learning about the fruit trees as they grow over the coming years, and enjoy eating the fruit when they appear.” Juliet added: “The newly grassed area is a great asset and I’m sure come the summer there will be many ball games played in the area.” Kia Motors – as well as laying turf – produce a range of capable vehicles. The Picanto city car and Rio supermini have both won awards, and the Sportage has its strengths too. These include the excellent equipment specification and sensible running costs. But let us not get too excited – this 4x4 mud plunger should still stay away from that luscious new turf.