SAPCA Awardback to list
13 July 2012
At the recent County Playing Field Associations' annual conference, Kent CPFA was officially recognised by SAPCA, the Sports and Play Construction Association, for its outstanding contribution in developing play facilities across Kent.
Headed by Paul Peacock, Kent CPFA has been instrumental in the development of the Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge in the county, with over 50 parish councils signed up to the initiative. The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge, headed by its Patron Prince William, is a fantastic programme to protect 2012 playing fields in communities all across the country as a permanent living legacy of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Olympics.
Membership of Kent CPFA has also increased by 100 as a result of an initiative that secured the support of all major sporting bodies across the county including the Kent FA, Kent Rugby Union and various associations for tennis, squash, cricket, athletics and hockey. Through the support of these bodies, awareness of Kent CPFA has risen significantly.
Commenting on the award, Paul Peacock said: "The willingness of our Trustees to adapt and change, and to support me in the changes that we have made at Kent CPFA is very much appreciated. Their support has been instrumental in us winning this award."
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