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50m pool planned for Nottingham


Nottingham is to get its first 50m swimming pool under plans for a £13.5m overhaul of Harvey Hadden Leisure Centre – the final part of the local authority’s wider leisure improvement strategy. A fitness suite, a health


suite and multi-use spaces for dance and movement activi- ties are also proposed for the centre, with the revamp to complement the outdoor ath- letics stadium and pitches. Since 2004, Nottingham


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Te 50m is the final part of Nottingham’s leisure improvement strategy


City Council has embarked on its Leisure Centre Transformation Programme. Financial allocations made available as part of the strategy and the sale of the Beechdale site will support the funding package for the Harvey Hadden Leisure Centre scheme. NCC portfolio holder for leisure, culture


and tourism, David Trimble, said: “Tis pro- posal marks the final phase of our long-term


programme to provide new, modern leisure centres and facilities for Nottingham people. “Tis ambitious strategy has delivered sig-


nificant improvements across the city and attendance figures and revenues have increased at all those leisure facilities where improve- ments have been completed.” Details: http://lei.sr?a=S0D2g


£1m grant for nationwide cricket initiative


Young unemployed adults, living in inner city commu- nities affected by crime and anti-social behaviour, are to receive free cricket ses- sions as part of the Cricket Foundation’s StreetChance programme. Sport England has awarded


£1m towards the initiative, which will provide weekly sessions to 11,000 people aged between 16 and 24 years old over the next three years. Young adults currently not


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Te StreetChance initiative is set to reach around 11,000 young people


in education, employment or training will also be given the opportunity to acquire work experience and qualifications as a result of the Barclays Spaces for Sports- backed project. Communities in Birmingham, Liverpool and London are among those set to benefit,


with sessions to involve a fast-paced version of cricket. Six-a-side street cricket competitions are scheduled to run throughout the summer, while the StreetChance Inner-City League will run for six months starting in October. Details: http://lei.sr?a=N7L8g


Plans submitted for development of Wycombe site


Wycombe District Council has submitted its plans for a multi-million pound redevelop- ment of the Wycombe Sports Centre site. A replacement sports and leisure centre is


included in the Richard Markland Architects- designed proposals, with facilities to include a


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150-station fitness suite, dance studios, a health suite and two squash courts. An eight-lane, 50m pool and a 20m x 8m


learner pool are also planned, as well as a 12-court sports hall and a soſt play area. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=G7N1N


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