An exciting project to refurbish the changing room pavilion at Turn Moss playing fields is due to kick off on Monday (September 20).
The project is jointly funded by Trafford Council and The Football Foundation as part of Trafford Council’s major investment into new and improved football facilities.
The improvements being made to the changing pavilion include: four new refurbished changing rooms, two new referee rooms, a new spectator WC, a disabled shower room with WC and four new bike stands.
The work is expected to last approximately 16 weeks and the main contractor is Thomas Kershaw Builders, who are committed to minimising the level of disruption as much as possible for local residents.
Cllr Liz Patel, Trafford Council’s Executive Member for Culture and Leisure, said:
“The changing rooms at Turn Moss have been in a poor condition for many years and I am really pleased that we are carrying out this work to refurbish them to a top standard. Hundreds of people of all ages use the changing rooms for sporting activities at Turn Moss and this work will be of huge benefit to them.
“Health and wellbeing is a big priority for Trafford Council and this project will support that priority by providing changing facilities that will be used well into the future by different generations.”
If you have any comments regarding the work, please email the Council at firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address is for general enquiries in relation to the changing room project only and will be monitored Monday to Friday between 10am – 4pm.
Posted on Friday 17th September 2021