Open petition - Reinstate cricket pitches at St Chads Park

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We would like the cricket pitches at St Chads Park (which has been recently removed by Council) reinstated. The pitches (Mat & Grass) and some net practice facilities must be provided so that the citizens who play cricket at park can enjoy the sport stay active and new young players can practice their game.

It is a shame that we have recently won the Cricket World Cup and rather then promoting Cricket, the Council have even taken down the pitches we had in the park. This will help more people to play cricket and stay active.

This will help in promoting the sport among young ones. This will help us to create quality players from Dagenham. This will provide us the facilities to play cricket. (There are more than 100 people who play cricket every week in the park).

This will really help the citizens to stay active and fit which will reduce the burden on NHS.

We would like the cricket pitches at St Chads Park (which has been recently removed by Council) reinstated. The pitches (Mat & Grass) and some net practice facilities must be provided so that the citizens who play cricket at park can enjoy the sport stay active and new young players can practice their game.

It is a shame that we have recently won the Cricket World Cup and rather then promoting Cricket, the Council have even taken down the pitches we had in the park. This will help more people to play cricket and stay active.

This will help in promoting the sport among young ones. This will help us to create quality players from Dagenham. This will provide us the facilities to play cricket. (There are more than 100 people who play cricket every week in the park).

This will really help the citizens to stay active and fit which will reduce the burden on NHS.

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    The petition will remain open until 11th October 2019.

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