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Revamp For Leisure Centre

Caldicot Leisure Centre could be inline for a revamp up to £6 Million pounds as part of wider improvements to Caldicot

The plans for the revamp of Caldicot Leisure Centre are due to go in front of Monmouthshire County Council Cabinet next week in the first phase of a feasibility study into the rebuild of the tired and under resourced Caldicot Leisure Centre.

The report to cabinet can be found here https://democracy.monmouthshire.gov.uk/documents/s21937/1.%20170]719-Caldicot%20LC%20Refurbishment%202.pdf

“Caldicot Town Team are thrilled that the redevelopment plans are being extended to include the leisure centre, which is extremely tired and in great need of refurbishment. It looks even sadder at the moment, next to a sparkling £32Million pound School.

Its pleasing that Monmouthshire County Council are finally committed to making the investment Caldicot so desperately needs and hopes that these plans continue to improve the look, feel and confidence within Caldicot over the next few years”

“Of course, this project wont be completed overnight, just like the Regeneration plans for the town centre, however, it is still encouraging that a lot of work is taking place behind the scenes to improve our town.”

“With the community element that takes place across Caldicot, from the Street Feast events, Family Fun Days and markets and the other events organised by other groups including Caldicot Community Working Together and Caldicot Events Committee, that take place such as the Carnival which draws in large crowds, local confidence and trade is increasing in the town, (albeit slowly, but Rome wasnt built in a day) with new retail interest the future looks positive for the town. Caldicot Town Team are proud to be a part of this and look forward to working with Monmouthshire County Council on shaping a leisure centre that is suitable and accessible for everyone.”

We will keep you updated on the plans for the Leisure Centre and will be looking to take part in any and all public consultations taking place in the community.

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