Working in partnership with Northumberland FA and Newcastle United Foundation, Newcastle City Council has had an expression of interest form accepted for the Parklife Football Hubs Programme – a national scheme aimed at developing modern sporting facilities across the country. We would like to get your views on this! Find out more here:
Parklife is a five-year commitment to building multi-pitch hubs with artificial grass pitches across towns and cities in England, with the aim of raising playing standards and opportunities for all. The £200m programme receives investment from The FA alongside the Government, Premier League and local partners. Newcastle City Council has led on producing feasibility work and site investigations which have identified two preferred sites in the city. These proposed locations are Blakelaw Park and Bullocksteads (in Kenton Bank Foot).
We are now consulting on plans for the two hub sites. Please look at the proposals, then complete our online survey below and give us your comments.
See the Bullocksteads proposals here:
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