One simple way to improve your MUGA
9 February, 2015
Playinnovation have completed the re-design and refurbishment of a £68k state of the art MUGA for Chudleigh Town Council in Devon as a result of external funding and support from Viridor (Landfill operator) and Section 106 money from a David Wilson Homes development. The new Multi Use Games Area has been installed adjacent to the Scout Centre to the delight of local residents, clubs and schools. The facility feels just like a brand new installation because of the improvements which have been constructed inside the original fencing, creating real value for the money and the space which was available to the Council. Marco Boi, Managing Director of Playinnovation said ‘We are very proud of this project and have enjoyed working closely with the council and local school to give the Community an inspiring space to enjoy sport together and keep active’. The scheme for Chudleigh comprises of a synthetic sand dressed carpet, high quality innovative patented sports wall games Street Snooker™ & Crossbar King along with new multi-goal ends.
Pictures of the MUGA before and after work on the new design commenced.The facility has already exceeded all expectations of the local Primary School and the consensus amongst the teachers and Pupils is that this will transform the way sport is delivered for years to come. Headteacher, David Barnett said. ‘Wow! What an amazing space. The children and staff have really enjoyed using it over the last few days. In fact it has been the area of choice for PE lessons! We all know we are very lucky to have access to it, we will certainly be the envy of the other primaries.’