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Completed in 2011 in London, United Kingdom. Images by HuftonCrow, Andy Spain, David Grandorge. Stanton Williams was commissioned in 2008 to provide a new Community Hub at the South Marsh.
Hackney Marshes, the spiritual home to grass roots football, has over 80 grass football, rugby and cricket pitches available for hire and bookings. As well as the sports pitches the Hackney Marshes Centre has 26 modern changing rooms, dedicated officials rooms, 3 fully equipped meetingconference rooms, a large barfunction suite and free parking.
Hackney Marshes User Group are local people who use, appreciate and try to protect and enhance Hackney Marshes, including East Marsh and Wick Woodland. The community tree nursery is a volunteerrun project on the marsh and holds a Community Green Flag award.
Hackney Marshes is best known as the London home of amateur Sunday League football. Stanton Williams was commissioned in 2008 to provide a new Community Hub at the South Marsh, comprising new changing rooms, a caf, and an education facility.
About Hackney Marshes. Hackney Marshes is located on the edge of a local sporting landmark, long known as a training ground for some of the countrys bestloved sporting heroes. This Hackney venue boasts imposing minimalist architecture and overlooks 340 acres of beautiful parkland.
Hackney Marshes is best known as the London home of amateur Sunday League football. Hackney Marshes Centre provides a new Community Hub at the South Marsh, comprising new changing rooms, a caf, and an education facility.
Hackney Marshes is an area of open space in London's Lower Lea Valley, lying on the western bank of the River Lea. It takes its name from its position on the eastern boundary of Hackney, the principal part of the London Borough of Hackney, and from its origin as an area of true marsh.
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