Creating a world class community sports venue - Saturday 25 June
Date: Saturday 25 June 2022
Time: 14:00 - 15:30
Price: Free but we ask you to please book a ticket to secure your spot Book Here
Location: Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre - E20 3AD
Parking restrictions: parking charges apply at this car park. Find out more here
Come and hear how Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre was created, transforming Eton Manor to home London 2012’s only purpose-built Paralympic venue.
Led by, Rawden Pettitt from Stanton Williams – who lives a stone’s throw away - and Lee Valley Regional Park Authority’s Chief Executive, Shaun Dawson, this talk will reveal the sporting history of the site and the unique transformation of this area, first a training ground for Olympic athletes then the wheelchair tennis venue for the Paralympics and how it’s now a world-class hockey and tennis venue for all to enjoy.
Following on from the talk, there'll be a tour of the venue and the chance to see as well as hear much more about the building.
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