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More Progress at Mawdesley CC

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Mawdesley CC - new pavilion nearly complete Mawdesley CC - new pavilion nearly complete

In addition to the £98,500 made available from the England and Wales Cricket Trust (EWCT), local Mawdesley residents, players, past, present and future have responded magnificently to a funding appeal run by the Club.

They have raised over £23,000 towards the cost of building the new Pavilion. The Club also benefitted from a Sport England Inspired Facilities grant of £50,000 and these amounts, along with £55,000 that the Club has saved over past years, has resulted in the project being fully financed.

The pavilion was designed by local architect Martin Boardman based on ECB guidelines. It is of a timber frame construction and has a total external floor area of approximately 205 square metres including the balcony. Work on the project started in mid September 2013 when the old pavilion was demolished and the new pavilion is expected to be completed by the end of January 2014.

Nationwide Retail Solutions Ltd based in Warrington is acting as the main contractor with the Mechanical and Electrical Installation being done by Technical Building Services from Burscough. The timber frame was supplied by Maple Timber Systems Ltd from St Michaels near Garstang. Other companies involved in the project include T O’Malley Joinery Ltd [Windows and External Doors], DLM Decorators [Decoration] and Oakwood Fencing [Demolition, Site Clearance and Landscaping].

Read the article about Mawdesley CC receiving £98,500 from the EWCT.

Please find further images of the work carried out so far by downloading the PDF files below.

 Mawdesley CC Pavilion January 2014 (3 Mb)

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