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Fun sports day marks official opening of Noak Hill Sports Complex

PUBLISHED: 16:00 30 November 2017

Havering Council leader Councillor Roger Ramsey officially opens the Noak Hill Complex. Picture: Havering Council

Havering Council leader Councillor Roger Ramsey officially opens the Noak Hill Complex. Picture: Havering Council

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An exciting sports day extravaganza marked the official opening of the Noak Hill Sports Complex at the weekend.

Residents had a chance to develop their football skills with Everyone Active’s specialist coaches, while tennis enthusiasts could take part in coaching sessions on the four tennis courts at the complex in Noak Hill Road.

Younger children were also able to stay in the warm and enjoy an indoor bouncy castle and face painting.

Leader of Havering Council, Councillor Roger Ramsey, cut the opening ribbon, accompanied by cabinet member for culture and community engagement Councillor Melvin Wallace and international gymnasts, Reiss Beckford and Brinn Bevan. Councillor Ramsey said: “It was great to see so many residents enjoying the free activities on Saturday and meet the international gymnasts. The centre is a wonderful addition for the Havering community, providing an increased sporting local offer and a varied range of activities for both adults and children.”

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