This is the website all about the sports and leisure facilities and activities in the village of Wellow. If you are new to the website, use the menu at the top of this and every page to find more information about what we do. On the right hand side (or below if you are on a mobile), the comments and posts section will keep you up to date with our latest news.

The Sports Pavilion is very close to being open and available for all to enjoy.

The building is in place, the fence opened-up and the decking finished. The services have been installed but there is a slight delay awaiting the water supply to be connected.

The build looks good in its setting and everyone that has had a ‘sneaky peek’ inside agree that the team have done a great job with the interior design.

To help us reach our goals by Launch Day,   we really need your help in raising funds for the items needed to make it a special place for you to relax and have fun.

Contributions of any kind will be very much appreciated.

How the funding will be spent

The kit out costs are many and varied and we will be grateful for any amount you can give. Examples of spend: Kitchen Cutlery & Crockery £10-50 White goods from kettles to a fridge/chiller £30-500 Sink & taps £50-150 Worktops £200-£400 Seating – Small tables and chairs £40-£100 – Large table and benches £200-500 – Stools £70 – Sofas £300 TV, Music, WIFI From £50 to £1,000 Paint and decorating From £30 to £100

How will the Sports Pavilion benefit the community?

The aim is for the Pavilion to be an asset of the whole community, in a beautiful setting where you can do so many things such as: – enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and meet people,  keep an eye on your children in the Play Park, watch the sports from the outside decked area, watch TV together, listen to Music, use the WIFI and so much more!


Playing field improvements – Drainage Project:

Work started September 2017 and completed May 2018

Wellow Parish Council is pleased to announce the project to improve the drainage system across the far end of the playing field has been completed. A huge amount of work has been done over the winter months.

The drainage project has helped the football pitch to cope with the winter’s storms and the warmer weather has promoted a speedy regrowth of grass on the resurfaced pitch;         enabling football to start again soon.

The protective fences are down – The grass will be cut week commencing 14 May 2018 and the football post will be erected soon afterwards.

The Parish Council  regrets any inconvenience that this project may have caused.

For more detailed information, please click on this link:  Drainage Project


Our next big project for 2018: To raise funds for the much needed renovation of the             Children’s Play Park. We look forward to everyone’s support in this very worthwhile challenge.