Haydon Wick Parish Council will be reopening the King George V play area this weekend.
The work has included resurfacing and the installation of some additional accessibility-friendly play equipment and footpaths.
The parish council said in a statement: "Our fingers are crossed anyway, as the construction began in the winter months (following a weekend of snow), at the peak of the third national lockdown and under the direction of our newly appointed Head of Parks & Open Spaces – so a bit of a challenge!
"The council budgeted for the resurfacing of the wet pour at King George V Play Area when setting the 2020/2021 budget. After a scrutinising tender process carried out by the Play Area Working Party and reviewed by the Amenities & Leisure Committee, the design was finally approved at Full Council."
The working party has been working closely with the Benjamin's Smile charity - which is a keen ambassador for accessible play working with local parish councils - and North Swindon MP Justin Tomlinson to make play areas inclusive for all children.
A basket swing is among the innovations decided on following these talks.