A brand new multi-use games area and a mini skate park was unveiled at the playing
fields in Bubbenhall on Saturday 7th September 2013 during the village's popular annual show.
Kelly Sibley the International Table Tennis player from Leamington Spa and Tom Morrison
(aged 12) from Bubbenhall officially declared this new and exciting facility open.
Young people from Bubbenhall and the surrounding villages are now free to take part
in football, tennis, basketball and cricket at the new facility as well as try out their skills
at skateboarding without the need to book and completely free of charge.
Councillor Joanne Shattock, chair of Bubbenhall Parish Council at the time, said "We are extremely grateful
to WREN and to Warwick District Council for the funding they have provided towards this project.
For the first time we have been able to provide young people with much needed space for them to
play and we hope they enjoy it for many years to come".
Peter Cox, managing director of WREN said "WREN is committed to funding projects that make a real
difference to local communities and young people. The Bubbenhall Youth Space Project has provided a
fantastic space for young people to get outdoors and have some fun. We're delighted to support
Bubbenhall Parish Council to make this happen".