There will be a free taster football session at the new Gunnersbury Park sports hub on Saturday. The park, close to the under-construction Brentford Community Stadium, is set to play host to one of the largest outdoor sporting facilities in London - meaning local people will soon have access to a huge range of activities to help them maintain a fit and active lifestyle. It is a collaboration between Ealing and Hounslow Councils and involves Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, University of West London, the London International School and local leisure provider Better.
The Trust are putting on a range of events at the hub and are hosting a free taster session on Saturday, 21 September. There will be an opportunity for youngsters aged three to 12 to be coached by staff from the Trust and get a look at the new facility. Booking is essential and full information on how to take part can be seen here.
When complete, the sports hub will provide opportunities for these organisations to utilise top class facilities for the benefit of the community. It will feature a multi-use sports centre with changing rooms, a gym and two external floodlit artificial grass pitches. Natural grass cricket and football pitches and brand-new tennis courts are also on their way, meaning that residents will have access to top quality indoor and outdoor sports facilities year-round. The hub is due to be open to the public in summer of next year and is part of the Gunnersbury Regeneration Project, which is jointly delivered by Ealing and Hounslow Councils.
If you are interested, or would like more information, please contact Luke Brooks-Smith on 020 8326 7045 or firstname.lastname@example.org