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Wolverhampton County Council has opened a new £50,000 multi-ball park in Bilston.

The new 486sq m (5,230sq ft) Cedar Grove Multi-Ball Park features a 3m fenced tarmac ground for football, basketball and street hockey.

It is hoped that the council funded free access facility will encourage local young people – who were consulted on the project – to participate in sporting activities. Details: www.wolverhampton.gov.uk

Photograph: MP Pat McFadden passes to Wolves players Lewis Gobern and Martin Riley and Jenny Wilkes of Wolverhampton Wanderers Women’s FC

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Wolverhampton County Council has opened a new £50,000 multi-ball park in Bilston.
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