Residents urged to have their say on Kenilworth's future - The Leamington Observer

Residents urged to have their say on Kenilworth's future

Leamington Editorial 30th Oct, 2019   0

THE FUTURE of fitness in Kenilworth is up for discussion.

Warwick District Council is urging residents to have their say on plans for Abbey Fields Swimming Pool, Castle Farm Recreation Centre and the proposed new home for the Kenilworth Wardens.

Proposals include a second indoor pool at Abbey Fields, a new leisure centre with sports hall, an 80 station gym and studios at Castle Farm. The outline plans for new Kenilworth Wardens Cricket Club facilities will also be on display at the events.

WDC spokesman Coun David Norris said: “Abbey Fields is a fantastic open space and one of the jewels of our district. It is therefore really important that people let us know how they currently use the park and its facilities and what we could do to improve it. This information will help to shape our plans for the future to encourage more physical activity and greater health and well-being while preserving the natural environment and history of the space.”




The consultation starts on Monday (November 4). Visit www.forourfuture.co.uk for further details.


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