The £1.5m project at Front Lawn Recreation Ground, Leigh Park, Havant will provide improved facilities including four changing rooms, toilets and community space - as well as the full state-of-the-art third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch (AGP.)
Front Lawn Community Hub is managed by the Hampshire Football Association (FA). The £1.5m project at Front Lawn Recreation Ground, Leigh Park, Havant boasts improved facilities including four changing rooms, toilets and community space - as well as the full state-of-the-art third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch (AGP.)
The facilities also include multisport courts: Tennis Courts x3 (x2 are floodlit), Basketball Courts x2 & Netball Courts x2, office building with x2 function rooms, catering facilities, 40 parking spaces and 16 bike racks.
The new community space at Front Lawn is equipped with audio-visual teaching facilities and has free Wi-Fi onsite.
Meeting rooms are equipped with tables, chairs and use of the TV. Projector and screen is also available for hire. We recommend bringing a laptop however a spare one is available in the event it is required. The cost of the meeting room is from £30.00 per hour, with discounts available for affiliated Hampshire FA clubs and leagues.
Front Lawn Community Hub work with some fantastic partners to bring the Havant great programmes and sport.
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I was delighted to return to Front Lawn to open Leigh Park’s new community sports hub, having visited last year to see its development in progress. This project has been a great success, and it’s fantastic to see central Government money invested here in Havant through the Football Foundation. This new artificial pitch and pavilion will be a great asset to the Leigh Park area. I look forward to returning in future to see it being used. Hopefully it will help more people to get active, improving both their mental and physical health.
Alan Mak, MP for Havant