Shrewsbury Town Council’s Key Play Scheme has kicked off for the summer season.
The scheme allows Shrewsbury residents’ access to sporting facilities not normally available during the day, via rental of a gate key.
Until the end of September, access to all of Shrewsbury Town Council’s tennis courts and bowling greens is available to key holders, and up to three guests.
The facilities include; All Saints Recreation Ground at Castlefields, which has three lawn tennis courts and two crown bowling greens, Silks Meadow at Frankwell, which has two lawn tennis courts and one crown bowling green, and St. Michael’s Street Recreation Ground, which has two lawn tennis courts.
The cost for the season is £30 per key applicant, which allows the key holder, and up to three guests, access to the facilities.
The fee does not include evening access to bowling greens during bowls club evenings and only fixed equipment is provided.
Mike Cox, Outdoor Recreation & Asset Manager for Shrewsbury Town Council, said: “The Key Play Scheme gives local people the opportunity to use sports facilities at locations that are not normally manned or available for public use. At a cost of £30 for the entire season, this represents excellent value for money.“
For further information, or an application form, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01743 281010.
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