All go at the MUGA
In the last week, it's been good to see so many people enjoying sport and games at the MUGA at Chelford Activity Park.
Of course, lighter evenings, school holidays and the occasional break in the howling gales and pouring rain helps a lot.
This year, there will be a change to the way that we manage the tennis nets as in the next few days, the storage box will be installed and this will mean that if you fancy a game of tennis and the nets are not up, a simple phone call will give you the means to put them up and get on with the game. Keep an eye on the website for more information
You'll notice that the MUGA and children's play area have been spruced up for the Summer and the BMX track has been resurfaced and tidied up.
There are no real rules for using the facilities other than enjoy yourselves, be safe and be considerate of other users.
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