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Fraser Park Sports & Community Hub

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Given by 20 generous donors in 2 years

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The development of a modern Sports and Community Hub that will promote greater participation and economic activity in the Hutt Valley.

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Fraser Park is Wellington region’s largest recreational sports ground, and is of regional and national importance to many established and recognised sporting codes.

The project to re-vitalise Fraser Park is a joint initiative between the Community Facilities Trust (CFT), Fraser Park Sportsville and Hutt City Council.

The development will create a unique sports village ensuring the interests and resources of sporting codes.

Hutt City Council has a vision for the city’s community, sporting and recreation facilities, and is the major funder for this project, while the Community Facilities Trust is tasked with raising funds for, and construction of the new facilities.

Fraser Park Sportsville will be an amazing new addition to the region’s sporting scene offering highly valued sporting venues and facilities to a significant range of sports codes. It is estimated that approximately 1,000,000 people will visit Fraser Park Sportsville annually.

Fraser Park Sportsville will be a catalyst for sports clubs, encouraging sports clubs to work together, share quality resources, offer new programmes, increase membership and participation from the wider community. This aspirational sporting model encourages clubs to collaborate, co-operate and succeed, critical to their overall success and future wellbeing.

Hutt City Community Facilities Trust's involvement (page creator)

The Communities Facility Trust is responsible for promotion, development and maintenance of recreational, leisure, and community facilities in Hutt City.

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The Community Facilities Trust is working with Fraser Park Sportsville and Hutt City Council on a new and exciting development to re-vitalise Fraser Park.

The project is for the construction of a multi-purpose, multi-use recreational hub including indoor training areas, squash courts, social spaces, meeting rooms, office areas and a restaurant and café. This stage is planned for construction 2016-2017.

The new facility will be a regionally and nationally significant precinct for sport, recreation and other community activities.

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Latest update

Givealittle page extended  9 July 2018

Thank you for the great support to date. Nearly $3,000,000 raised to date from sponsorships, grants and fundraising including givealittle. Just over $600,000 still to be raised, givealittle page extended till end of October with the Centre due for completion by the end of the year.

Latest donations

  • Bradley Family

    Bradley Family on 26 Sep 2018



  • Charlotte Goodall

    Charlotte Goodall on 14 Sep 2018



  • Judith Paterson

    Judith Paterson on 10 Sep 2018



  • Zara

    Zara on 05 Sep 2018



  • Neil Haxton

    Neil Haxton on 01 Aug 2018


    Looking forward to opening


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This page was created on 1 Sep 2016 and closed on 31 Oct 2018.
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