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Public Consultation

September 21 @ 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Your chance to find out about plans for a new leisure centre for the Grove and Wantage area

Residents in the Vale of White Horse are to get the chance to view plans for a new leisure centre for the Grove and Wantage area.

To help meet the growing need for leisure facilities in the Grove and Wantage area, Vale of White Horse District Council is planning to build a new leisure centre at Mably Way. The aim is for the new centre to open in 2020.

To give people the chance to find out more about this project and allow them to view the plans the council is holding two public drop-in sessions:

• Thursday 21 September at Old Mill Hall, Grove, OX12 7LB – 3pm to 8pm

Members of the project team will be on hand at both events to answer any questions and people will have the opportunity to complete a survey to let the council know what they think.

Anyone not able to attend either session will be able to view the plans and complete the survey online from 7 September by visiting

Cllr Charlotte Dickson, Cabinet Member for Leisure at Vale of White Horse District Council, said: “With many new homes due to be built in the Grove and Wantage area, and with the current centre already at full capacity, there is a growing need for new leisure facilities. Our aim is to meet this demand as soon as possible by investing in this new centre which we expect to open in 2020, well before many of the new homes have been built.

“The consultation we’re running from 7 September will be a great chance for people to find out about the plans and to let us know what they think.”


September 21
3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Vale of White Horse District Council


Old Mill Hall
School Lane
Grove, Wantage, Oxfordshire OX12 7LB United Kingdom
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