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Mitchell Park Sports and Community Club ground-breaking celebration

When:
Saturday 05 December, 2020
Time:
1:00PM - 2:00PM
Topic:
Community event, Neighbourhood Centres, Sports and recreation
Type:
Council events
Audience:
Resident, Families
Cost:
FREE
Bookings:
Required
Mitchell Park main

Booking Information

Stay safe Please follow the latest government health guidelines regarding COVID-19, including physical distancing and good hygiene. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell. The government has introduced a COVID Safe check in. A QR code will be displayed at the event. Attendees will be required to scan the QR code and check in for contact tracing purposes. If you don't have a QR reader you will be required to provide your details manually to the COVID marshal.

You are invited you to join me for the official ground-breaking ceremony. This event will signal the start of work to transform the Mitchell Park Sports and Community club into a modern facility for the benefit of sports people, community groups and local residents.

Member for Boothby Nicolle Flint MP will join me to officially conduct the ground-breaking ceremony, which will be held near the clubrooms from 1pm to 2pm on Saturday, 21 November.

There will be a free barbecue and I will toss the coin for the A Grade cricket game which starts at 1.30pm.

The $15.74 million facility will address shortages for indoor recreation facilities in southern Adelaide, link to the nearby Tonsley Innovation District and be a hub for community events.

The new Mitchell Park Sports and Community Centre will include:

• Two indoor courts, including for basketball, netball, volleyball

• Community function area

• Facilities for football, tennis, netball , and dog club accommodation

• Fitness area, change rooms, kiosk, expanded car parking

• Relocated Mitchell Park Neighbourhood Centre with meeting and training rooms

•Artwork

On behalf of Council, I thank sports people and residents for their suggestions during community consultation on the redevelopment.

Council invested $10 million and the Australian Government committed $5 million to fund the new facility.

We hope to see you at the reserve.

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