Starting on Tuesday 20th June - First Phase Housing Estates Drop In Sessions

The ’Know Ball Games in Westminster’ pilot scheme aims to work with communities to strengthen a culture of play, physical activity, leisure, and sport across housing estates, parks, and open spaces by removing prohibitive play signage.

Westminster City Council believes that participation in play, physical activity, leisure, sport, and play can be truly transformative, inclusive, and inherently positive. Being active and healthy goes hand in hand with an improved quality of life.

The aim of ‘Know Ball Games’ pilot is to remove the ‘No ball games’ signs in a selection of housing estates and parks and open spaces and replace them with a new culture which encourages everyone to use the space for play and be physically active.

Just come along to the sessions on the dates and times below to learn more about the pilot scheme and share your views and insights.

Queens Park Court

  • Tuesday 20 June 5pm to 7pm at Queens Park Court Hall, Droop Street, W10 4QB
  • Thursday 22 June 2pm to 4pm – St Jude’s Hall, 71 Ilbert Street, W10 4QH

Churchill Gardens

  •  Tuesday 27 June 5pm to 7pm – South Area Service Centre, 137 Lupus Street, SW1V 3HE
  • Thursday 29 June 10am to 12 noon at Churchill Gardens Hall, Churchill Gardens Road, SW1V 3AG

Hallfield Estate

  • Monday 3 July evening 5-7pm, West Area Service Centre, 155 Westbourne Terrace, W2 6JX
  • Thursday 6 July morning 10am-12pm, Pickering Hall, Pickering House, W2 6HF

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