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Memorial Playing Field Workshops

Hethersett Residents are being urged to “get involved” in bringing new life to the village’s Memorial Playing Field.

Two community led design workshops are being held in March to give the community a chance to plan for the future of the field.

“Through a Government scheme called Building Communities the Memorial Playing Field Trust has secured the assistance of leading community design charity The Glass House. They are the country’s leading experts in helping local groups to take a creative approach to green space design,” said Hethersett  Memorial Playing Field Trustees’ Chair and Hethersett Parish Councillor Simon Floyd.

Community workshops will be held on two Sundays (March 4th and 25th) at Woodcote Sheltered Housing complex from Midday to 6 p.m.

“By the end of the workshops we will have a plan for the field which will embrace the needs of the whole community. This will support us to develop the field into a place we can all be proud of, as well as making it much easier to raise funds,” Simon Floyd added.

Spaces on the workshops are limited to 30: “We would prefer people to commit to both dates if possible,” Mr Floyd added.

Places can be booked through Hethersett Memorial Playing Field secretary Peter Hoult on 01603 811337 or via e-mail at