Bradford on Avon Town Council is undertaking a project to replace the pavilions in Culver Close and Victory Field along with the storage containers and tennis hut with a new, modern facility for the benefit of the whole community.

The project’s aim is to build a facility which can be used by the community while also serving as a sports pavilion – this will include replacing the current public toilets.

The Town Council would like to use this opportunity to ensure the build is an eco-friendly design and construction – for the new Community Pavilion to be a carbon neutral build.

On Wednesday, 16 June 2021 the Town Council held a User Engagement Workshop with some of the key community groups and potential users of the new facility to assist in the development of the brief.

In September 2021, the Town Council consulted with the public and user groups to understand what facilities they want to be included in any proposed design.

On Tuesday, March 2022 councillors discussed the Community Pavilion plans.

Earlier in 2022, Town Council held public exhibitions to showcase the proposed designs for the new pavilion. The public exhibitions were held on Friday, 25 March and Saturday, 26 March, and later on Friday, 8 April and Saturday, 9 April. The plans were then discussed by the Town Development committee on Tuesday, 10 May 2022.

Plans for the  Community Pavilion can be viewed here: