Have your say on sports pitches in Christchurch

First published in News

CHRISTCHURCH Council is asking residents to give their views on sports pitches in the borough.

A consultation has been launched on the location and supply of sports pitches in the area with comments needed by Monday January 14.

The document asks people to give their opinion on the current provision of pitches for football, cricket and rugby and to say whether pitches for other sports should be provided.

Matti Raudsepp, head of leisure and open spaces at the council said: “It is important for us to provide opportunities for people to engage in exercise and sporting activities and we need to make sure that we have the right pitches in the correct places.”

The consultation can be seen at dorsetforyou.com/391923 and copies are at the Civic Offices, libraries, Two Riversmeet Leisure Centre and Mudeford Wood Community Centre.

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3:31pm Wed 21 Nov 12

THawkes says...

Two words

DOG SH*T
Two words DOG SH*T THawkes
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6:12pm Wed 21 Nov 12

Yankee1 says...

There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'.
There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'. Yankee1
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6:13pm Wed 21 Nov 12

Yankee1 says...

There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'.
There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'. Yankee1
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6:13pm Wed 21 Nov 12

Yankee1 says...

There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'.
There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'. Yankee1
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6:13pm Wed 21 Nov 12

Yankee1 says...

There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'.
There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'. Yankee1
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6:13pm Wed 21 Nov 12

Yankee1 says...

There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'.
There aren't many. Just places for elderly dogs to do their 'business'. Yankee1
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8:41pm Wed 21 Nov 12

The Renegade Master says...

Yankee1.....could you repeat that one more time?
Yankee1.....could you repeat that one more time? The Renegade Master
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10:51pm Wed 21 Nov 12

darren_55 says...

Almost certainly a ruse to sell some land currently used for sport to a developer with links to one or more council members.

A survey will follow shortly, with one question - which would you prefer: (a) slaughter of all firstborn in the borough (b) we sell some "underused" sports ground to
Almost certainly a ruse to sell some land currently used for sport to a developer with links to one or more council members. A survey will follow shortly, with one question - which would you prefer: (a) slaughter of all firstborn in the borough (b) we sell some "underused" sports ground to [insert local government lingo for squandering / corruption - likely to be sports related, perhaps something about upgrading difficult to verify facility in 2 riversmeet] darren_55
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7:15pm Thu 22 Nov 12

Crank says...

darren_55 wrote:
Almost certainly a ruse to sell some land currently used for sport to a developer with links to one or more council members.

A survey will follow shortly, with one question - which would you prefer: (a) slaughter of all firstborn in the borough (b) we sell some "underused" sports ground to
You're not cynical: you've sussed it!
[quote][p][bold]darren_55[/bold] wrote: Almost certainly a ruse to sell some land currently used for sport to a developer with links to one or more council members. A survey will follow shortly, with one question - which would you prefer: (a) slaughter of all firstborn in the borough (b) we sell some "underused" sports ground to [insert local government lingo for squandering / corruption - likely to be sports related, perhaps something about upgrading difficult to verify facility in 2 riversmeet][/p][/quote]You're not cynical: you've sussed it! Crank
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5:33pm Sat 24 Nov 12

Yankee1 says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Yankee1.....could you repeat that one more time?
Good grief! I pressed 'Submit' once!

My apologies.
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: Yankee1.....could you repeat that one more time?[/p][/quote]Good grief! I pressed 'Submit' once! My apologies. Yankee1
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