We know there are many great causes out there, but we don’t believe there is one more important than ours.
This is because our project is for a new pavilion that will serve the community as a WHOLE and change us from a “cap-in-hand” charity to a sustainable charity.
Many people do not realise that Master Park is NOT owned or run by the council.
It is run by a group of Trustees who look after it on behalf of the community.
However, the Trustees realised that in order to create a more secure future for the park, for the children’s playground, for the trees and hedges as well as the pavilion itself, we had to conceive a way to generate a reliable revenue stream.
We have designed a building (and been granted planning permission) that will replace the current “single-use and unfit-for-purpose” pavilion.
The new building will be a multi-use facility and will have a Café on the Park, able & disabled public toilets, community rooms for classes and activities such as exercise, bridge & book clubs, dance & acting workshops, wellness groups etc. and all operating along-side a multitude of resident sports clubs.
As a park, we promote and deliver a beautiful 11-acre park for anyone and everyone to use and if nothing else, the last 2 years have shown us all
just how VITAL parks are for local communities.
Here are just a few of the benefits Master Park gives: –