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Long Gully Splash Park To Sell ‘Lemonade’

In an effort to reduce waste and cut costs, Bendigo Council announced plans to sell lemonade made from recycled water.

According to the park manager, John Smith, the lemonade will be made using a state-of-the-art filtration system that removes any impurities or contaminants from the water. “We’re confident that our lemonade will be just as refreshing and delicious as any other lemonade on the market,” said Smith.

The park will be selling the lemonade at a discounted price of $1 per cup, with all proceeds going towards maintaining and improving the park’s facilities.

“We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to engage with our community,” said Smith. “And what better way to do that than by offering a refreshing, low-cost treat on a hot summer day.”

The lemonade is set to be available for purchase at the park next weekend.

However, some parkgoers raised concerns about the safety and hygiene of the lemonade, but the park assured them that the water was properly treated and the lemonade is safe to drink.

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