The Jubilee Park Committee usually meets on the third Thursday of every month, except August.
The aim and objective of the Jubilee Park Committee is:
Rendlesham Parish Council is committed to the development of Jubilee Park for the recreation of the people of Rendlesham
To engage the Parish in Jubilee Park and promote Jubilee Park to the community.
The objectives of the Jubilee Park Committee are:
- Prepare and manage a budget to forward the aim of the Jubilee Park Committee
- To ensure all risk assessments are carried out
- To ensure all relevant insurance is in place for Jubilee Park and for hirers of Jubilee Park
- To adhere to the terms of the Parish Council Financial Regulations
- To ensure all relevant legislation is adhered to by the Council and its tenants
Jubilee Park Master Plan
The results of the extensive Neighbourhood Plan and other Jubilee Park consultations have fed in to the Master Plan which comprises a series of outcomes to be delivered by the Parish Council over the short term, medium term and longer term.
Short term outcomes have already been acheived:
Junior playground: the edging boards have been replaced to hold in place the bark chippings for a safer playgound surface, the bark has been renewed and the fencing repaired. New Toddler equipment has been installed.
Outdoor gym: 7 pieces of fitness equipment have been installed in a layout selected to offer a more sociable experience whilst exercising, and at a location intended to allow parents to enjoy some active leisure time whilst being able to accompany younger children to the Park
The multi sports court court fencing has been replaced and new back boards for the basket ball nets have been installed
The multi sports court can now be hired for tennis following the installation of new fencing
The Pavilion is open for private bookings
The tennis courts have been refurbished and are available for private hire
Wickham Market Youth Football Team now use Jubilee Park as their home pitch