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Sport legacy share-out in Sussex
6:20am Tuesday 29th January 2013 in News
Seven sport projects across Sussex have secured hundreds of thousands of pounds in funding.
Sport England dished out £358,878 in Olympic legacy funding through their Inspired Facilities fund – designed to celebrate the London 2012 Games by improving local sporting facilities.
Beneficiaries include Worthing Rowing Club, £49,942 to modernise facilities, and Broadbridge Heath Cricket Club and Petts Sports Association with £97,435 for pavilion refurbishment.
Wivelsfield village hall scooped £28,825 for a football shed and shooting wall, Selsey Cricket Club £20,676 for a new pitch and £20,000 to Arundel Tennis Club for floodlight installation.
And, as reported last week, Brighton and Hove City Council was also given £150,000 to finish The Level skate park.
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