Witchford Village College unveils new tennis and netball courts at sports taster day

PUBLISHED: 21:41 24 September 2013 | UPDATED: 21:42 24 September 2013

Ann Marie Lattham and Di Baker holding a cheque. Picture: BARRY GIDDINGS

Ann Marie Lattham and Di Baker holding a cheque. Picture: BARRY GIDDINGS

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A sports day was held at Witchford Village College on Saturday to celebrate their new tennis and netball courts.

College principal Chris Terry looks on as Simon Fairhall from Living Sport cuts the ribbon. Picture: BARRY GIDDINGSCollege principal Chris Terry looks on as Simon Fairhall from Living Sport cuts the ribbon. Picture: BARRY GIDDINGS

Free netball, tennis, archery, trampolining, badminton and pilates taster sessions were organised.

The newly resurfaced, enlarged and floodlit facility includes six tennis courts and three netball courts.

The courts are available for members of the community to use on evenings and at weekends.

They were funded through Sport England’s ‘Inspiring Facilities’ programme.

For more information about booking courts and prices call Jenna Silk on 01353 646421 or e-mail jsilk@witchfordvc.co.uk or Juliet Martin: jmartin@witchfordvc.co.uk


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