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Phase two of 'first of its kind' YMCA community and activity village discussed at Newark and Sherwood District Council's policy and finance committee


By Abigail Hunt


Phase two of the creation of what would be a national first was discussed yesterday (Thursday) at a district council committee meeting.

The progress of the YMCA flagship Community and Activity Village was outlined to Newark and Sherwood District Council’s policy and finance committee which requested £150,000.

The scheme was described as being of national importance and one of a kind because it will provide education, recreation, professional sport, health and family-based services integrated into a community space.



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