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Noak Hill Sports Complex to hold open day for Havering residents tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 15:00 24 November 2017

Noak Hill Sports Complex.

Noak Hill Sports Complex.

Havering Council

Noak Hill Sports Complex is offering local residents free sports training and community fun this weekend.

Havering residents can use the centre in Noak Hill Road for free from 10am-4pm on Saturday.

Between 10am and noon, children aged five to 11 can enjoy free football coaching sessions on the site’s 3G pitches. There will also be drop-in football matches from noon 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.

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.”

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