Mid Worcestershire MP Nigel Huddleston recently attended the unveiling of the newly refurbished St Peter's Cricket Club Pavilion in Droitwich, marking a significant milestone for the local sports community. Drawing on his experience as a former Sports Minister, Huddleston emphasised the importance of investing in grassroots sports infrastructure, fostering a vibrant and inclusive environment for cricket enthusiasts in the region.
During his visit, Nigel Huddleston had the opportunity to meet with club members, volunteers, and representatives involved in the refurbishment project. The MP praised their hard work and dedication, which culminated in the transformation of the pavilion into a modern and inviting space. The revamped facility now includes improved changing rooms, enhanced social areas, and upgraded amenities, providing an ideal setting for both players and spectators alike.
Nigel Huddleston said:
"The newly refurbished St Peter's Cricket Club Pavilion is a testament to the power of community spirit and the importance of investing in local sports facilities. As a former Sports Minister, I am delighted to see the exceptional work that has gone into modernising the pavilion, ensuring that it will continue to serve as a hub for cricket enthusiasts in Droitwich for years to come."
The refurbishment of St Peter's Cricket Club Pavilion demonstrates the commitment of the local community to promoting and supporting grassroots sports in the region. The upgraded facility not only benefits current club members but also plays a crucial role in attracting new participants and fostering a love for cricket among people of all ages and backgrounds.
Nigel Huddleston remains a staunch advocate for grassroots sports and community involvement, a passion that was evident during his tenure as Sports Minister. His visit to the refurbished St Peter's Cricket Club Pavilion serves as a reminder of the importance of investing in local sports infrastructure to ensure a thriving and healthy community.