Have your say on the future of sports facilities in Harpenden

PUBLISHED: 12:00 20 September 2016

Harpenden Leisure Centre

Harpenden Leisure Centre


The future shape of sports facilities in Harpenden will be the focus of a public meeting this Thursday, September 22.

St Albans council is looking at redeveloping Harpenden’s swimming pool site into a modern integrated leisure centre for wet and dry facilities

That would sit alongside a new arts and cultural hub at the existing sports centre with a display area for a museum dedicated to Harpenden.

Speakers for the evening, which has been organised by The Harpenden Society, have been invited from all sectors of sport in the town, including athletics, boxing, cricket, cycling, hockey, football, rugby and tennis.

They will discuss how they see the future of their sport and what needs to be done to improve facilities.

Doors open at 7.30pm for the public meeting, in time for an 8pm start at Park Hall in Leyton Road.

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