Residents living in Kings Norton, Longbridge, Northfield and Weoley wards are invited to a discussion next week about a new sports and leisure centre in the Northfield District.
It follows the announcement by Birmingham City Council last year that nine out-of-date swimming pools across the city will close and six new ones will be built. Northfield is earmarked for a new leisure centre and local councillors are keen to hear what facilities local people want and need.
Northfield District Chair, Cllr Brett O'Reilly, said: “I would really urge local people to attend the meeting next week and join the discussion about the leisure facilities they would like to see in their community. We have a fantastic opportunity to build a modern leisure facility and we want to ensure that we deliver a centre that reflects the needs and wishes of local people - for instance do they want a pool, a gym, a sports hall or astro-turf pitch? And how will they get there - by car, bicycle or on foot?”
The workshop takes place on Wednesday 30 July at 6.30pm at The Factory Youth Centre, 5 Devon Way, Longbridge.
To book a place contact the Northfield District Office on 464 9812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you can't make the meeting, visit the Be Heard website and complete the questionnaire by 15 August - https://www.birminghambeheard.org.uk/place/new-sports-leisure-centre-for-northfield-district
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