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Ground work.

Toon manager Glenn Roeder will help kick off a multi-million pound sports ground development today.

Roeder will join forces with North Tyneside mayor John Harrison to start work at the Blue Flames Sporting Club, at Whitley Park, in Benton.

The pair will be conducting a ground cutting ceremony today to commemorate the event.

The new sporting academy at Whitley Park will host netball, tennis, cricket, bowls and a full range of other sporting facilities and will be a training ground and a community sports resource.

The Community Club Development Programme is providing funds from Sport England via All England Netball Association amounting to pounds 300,000, as part of a pounds 1.8m scheme.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Feb 6, 2007
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