Work on course at Belton's new pavilion
WORK on the new pavilion and community facility in Belton is progressing well with the roof going on, much to the delight of the project's supporters.The new building in New Road is due for completion in September and Belton with Browston Parish Council is hoping local community groups will step forward to meet members of the working party to discuss hiring out the new facilities.
WORK on the new pavilion and community facility in Belton is progressing well with the roof going on, much to the delight of the project's supporters.
The new building in New Road is due for completion in September and Belton with Browston Parish Council is hoping local community groups will step forward to meet members of the working party to discuss hiring out the new facilities.
The community room will be available for hire by all community groups within the borough.
Among the facilities will be a kitchen and sports facilities including four changing rooms with five showers and two toilets in each, and two officials changing rooms each with shower and toilet.
A spokesman for the parish council although Bohemians Youth FC will have priority booking arrangements for the changing room facilities, it welcomes other sports groups to come forward and discuss their hiring needs.
The parish council is aiming to create a Sports Partnership with Bohemians FC and other organisations to promote sport and physical activity in the area and to work in partnership to develop and support the sport, health and well being of the residents of Lothingland.
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It is hoped by increasing opportunities to take part in sports and physical activity it will reduce antisocial behaviour, improve health and develop communities.
And that's not all …the building will also be able to host business meetings and conferences and a community room for people to hire to celebrate birthdays, weddings and other family occasions.
Anyone running a community group or who would like a meeting place for a business or seeking a venue for a party, wedding reception or other family occasion, contact clerk Stephen Williamson on 01493 789422 for more details.