Objective – To formulate plans for extension to changing facilities, so that male and female football and cricket teams can be accommodated at the same time.

Over the last 8 years, approximately £400,000 has been invested. This amount has been accessed by the user groups and the Town Council to improve facilities.

Another £36,000 has just been accessed from Tendring District Council to cover new play equipment for the Bayard Rec. A new DDA Roundabout has already been installed and a Zip-Wire and Shipwreck Cove will be installed early January 2017.

Councillor Graham Steady

Chairman of Finance and Asset Committee

2nd December 2016

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