Free, fun-filled training at Noak Hill Sports Complex
Noak Hill Sports Complex is offering local residents free sports training and community fun this weekend.
Local residents are invited to try out a new activity or develop their skills in football and tennis free of charge, from 10am – 4pm on Saturday 25 November.
Councillor Roger Ramsey, Leader of Havering Council will be joined by the Cabinet Member for Culture and Community Engagement, Councillor Melvin Wallace, as he officially opens up the centre.
Between 10am and 12pm, children aged 5 – 11 can enjoy a free football coaching sessions lead by Everyone Active’s specialist coaches on the site’s 3G pitches. There will also be drop-in football matches from 12pm until 2pm.
Noak Hill’s four new tennis courts will be used to host free adult and junior coaching sessions from 10am to 2pm, and from 2pm to 4pm.
Young children will be entertained in the sports hall where there will be a bouncy castle and face painting from 10am.
Councillor Roger Ramsey, Leader of Havering Council, said: “This centre, which is in its first year of operation, has introduced a wealth of new sports facilities to the community, including artificial football pitches, floodlit tennis courts, a sports hall and dance studios. This investment has improved Havering’s sports and fitness offer and I encourage residents to continue to make the most of this facility.”
Steve Cox, Everyone Active’s area Contract Manager, said: “We have enjoyed a very successful first year at Noak Hill Sports Complex. The additional facilities have made a big difference to the community, who are now able to enjoy a better range of sports and activities.
“It’s an exciting time for sports and leisure in the borough, and we’re looking forward to continuing our work with Havering Council to give people even more opportunities to improve their health and wellbeing.”
For more information about the event, call the centre on 0333 005 0448.