NUMEROUS renovation projects have come together at a South Oxfordshire sport centre over the last 12 months.

Wallingford Sports Park has seen its main pavilion kitchen extended and refurbished and new automatic doors for wheel and pushchair users.

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Park manager Dave Greedy said he was 'excited' by the changes, which include a new overflow parking area on the Jubilee Field, new lights in the football stadium.

He said: "I have been on the sports park eight years and it has come on leaps and bounds.

"We are really excited about the new facilities."

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There has also been new security systems put in place while two squash courts and the tennis pavilion are set to be upgraded shortly.

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Last weekend Wallingford Hockey Club celebrated its 125th anniversary at the centre.

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Once fully completed, the projects will have cost nearly £190,000, with significant contributions from Wren, South Oxfordshire District Council, Wallingford Town Council and the Football Foundation.