Honiton sports hub takes another step forward
Association formed to manage complex
Project leaders say they are certain the move is a step forward.
The association is likely to manage proposed new sports facilities at Tower Cross.
Honiton Development Trust will hold a lease to the site.
Dr Jeremy Gibson, chairman of Active Honiton, told the Midweek Herald that a meeting was held last Friday to discuss the formation of an association.
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“It will be a recognised body and capable of receiving gift aid,” he said.
“It will also have certain tax benefits.”
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The association will be open to all.
Dr Gibson added: “The association will be able to have a trading arm, meaning profits are fed back in to support its work.
“I genuinely think we are on the move.”