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Facilities and activities available t Repton Connect Community Centre. From L-R: painting, football, children's clubs, day clubs, pool, dance

Repton Connect Community Centre

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Repton Connect is one step closer!

Repton Park is getting a brand new community space which will include a new building and a multi-use games area. The centre will also be able to host clubs, educational courses, cooking workshops and social events and lots more.

Planning permission was approved by Ashford Borough Council’s planning committee in February. View the planning submission.

It is anticipated the community centre will be completed in late 2017/early 2018.

Ashford Borough Council is leading the project as part of its commitment to improving community and youth facilities across the borough working alongside the Repton Stakeholder Group.

What will the community centre look like?

See a sneak peek inside the new building via the Repton Connect Facebook page  or follow Repton Connect via Twitter. For more information visit the Repton Connect website

Artist impression of Repton Connect Community Centre

Download the Repton Connect site plan A1 [pdf] 197KB

How can I get involved?

There are lots of ways you can get involved; why not volunteer for the trust or become a trustee?

Don’t forget to look out for the latest updates on the Repton Park Community Board, Waitrose’s own community board, Repton Manor Primary School, council website and the Repton Connect website.

If you have any questions or wish to sign up to receive updates on progress, please email consult@ashford.gov.uk.

We hope that other members of the community will want to get involved as we move forward, making the best use of the skills, ideas and knowledge from within the community. Watch out for more opportunities to get involved.

Official sod turning event. Cllr Koowaree with council officers and children from Repton Primary SchoolLocal children help Ashford councillors push the first spade in the ground at Repton Connect

A special ceremony and a community picnic took place on Saturday 24 September 2016 to mark the start of building work for Repton Connect.

Following the event, Repton residents were invited to a community picnic in Linear Park North. Families soaked up the sunshine and enjoyed their picnics on the grass, while staff from Ashford Waitrose and Ashford Vineyard handed out refreshments..

Thank you to everyone who came along!

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