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Ealing

EALING
1997 Pool Hoist at Acton Swimming Pools 2,500
  Ealing, Southall & Middlesex Athletic Club  
  Gym & training equipment 5,000
  Featherstone High school - Matched funding for artificial  
  turf pitch & hard court area 88,574
1998 New multi-purpose sports area, Race Course Estate 40,000
2000 Multi-sports court at Islip Manor Park 24,534
  New gym equipment at Reynolds Sports Centre 30,000
  Gym equipment at Perivale Athletics Track 20,215
2001 New Cricket square for Shepherds Bush Cricket Club 50,000
  Safety surface at Northfields Pre-school 2,000
  Multi-use games area, Westcott Park Estate 25,000
  Changing accommodation, Perivale Park Athletics Track 75,000
2002 Provision of hoist for the disabled at  
  Dormer Wells Leisure Centre 5,000
2003 Creation of mini-soccer & other pitches, Swift Rd, Southall 75,000
2004 Active Ealing - kayaks for Ealing Canoe Club 11,000
2006 Artificial cricket pitch at Elthorne Park 5,000
  Changing facilities at Hanwell School of Boxing 50,000
2007 Active Ealing – New urban cricket facility at Southall Park 38,000
2008 Extension at Southall Sports Centre 75,000
2009 Improvement to hammer & shot facilities at Perivale Park Track 20,000
2010 Pavilion at Spikes Bridge Park, Southall 100,000
2012 Ealing Mencap - outdoor play equipment 12,000
  Hanwell School of Boxing - fitness room refurbishment & mezzanine floor 46,377
  Ramgarhia Sports Club - bring cricket facilities back into use at Durdan's Park 250,000
2013 Refurbished cricket field at Popefield Sports Ground  
  for Ealing Cricket Club 125,000
2014 Refurbishment of the pavillion at Osterley Cricket Club 70,000
  Creation of a new pavilion at William Perkin CofE School 150,000
  Improvements to track, pole vault and throwing area at Perivale Track 100,000
2015 Towards the development of a new five-court sports hall in Gunnersbury Park, which will transform the site into a regionally significant community hub for indoor and outdoor sport and physical activity. 500,000
  Towards a new community hub building at Rectory Park, which will provide flexible indoor space suitable for a range of physical activities such as group exercise classes, yoga, pilates and chair based activities for older people. 100,000
  Towards upgrading a MUGA, providing a new two-lane cricket practice net facility and a new outdoor gym at The Dormers Hub to provide a range of free physical activity participation opportunities in a deprived area of Southall. 100,000
  Towards security measures including CCTV and electronic gates at the London Marathon Playing Fields in Greenford to ensure appropriate security of the stadium site which will enable individuals and groups to continue to access the site for sport and physical activities, including home and away fixtures for team sports and clubs which are based at the site. 20,000
    £2,215,200