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By making improvements to club facilities we will recruit more members and volunteers and be the highest standard of community club possible. The new community hub will also have a meeting room available to hire, changing rooms, storage facilities, toilet facilities, bar/ café area, car park and access road. We have established the charity Adwick Park Community and Sports Academies CIO (October 2019) which is managed by local trustees; we have been granted full planning permission (December 2019); and have secured significant funds for the building to date. Funding is required for detailed drawings to make sure the project is overseen by a team of professional architects and is built in a timely yet cost effective way with the best possible finish, sourcing local labour and materials.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
The outline building designs approved on the 17th December 2019 are reasonably sized (c.700m2), but unobtrusive, well-designed building that adds to the quality of the park. The building encompasses changing facilities as well as a relatively large 'function' space that give ideal opportunities such as social and meeting space especially during evenings when the local library is closed. The existing porta cabin units are not thought to have enough life span left within them to act as a foundation to warrant enhancement/development and major investment. The intended functions of the community pavilion will be used for the following means: • Meeting venue for organised events • Training courses for residents • Changing facilities for participants for sports teams • Toilet facilities for spectators and participants • Officiating and scoring • Cafe and bar facilities
Steps to get it done:
The community pavilion will: - Provide the residents of Adwick and the local communities of North Doncaster with a thriving community run facility for sport, leisure, social activities. - Advance residents health and well-being and promote a stronger sense of community. - Offer volunteering, work experience and sports coaching opportunities to local people, especially young people. - Involve community hub participants and residents in running the facility and pursuing ways of sustaining the community pavilion.
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