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Fletcher Moss Rangers Pavilion

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A new pavilion including changing rooms, a community hall, a café and storage for Fletcher Moss Rangers Community Football Club.

The west half of the development consists of admin, kitchen and storage facilities, as well as a 182m2 community hall, suitable for use as a badminton court. Its size and height are based on guidance from Sport England.

The dramatic form of the structure is complementary to the rich greenbelt landscape, and angled to curve around the riverbank.

The building is orientated to face both the approach to the site and the river bank. This creates natural entrances on both sides into the central reception area and café.

The community hall adds a source of use and revenue in the off season, to ensure the building is used year round, as well as welcoming another sport into the area and engaging an even wider community.

Fletcher Moss Rangers FC has a long history and success in community football in Manchester.

Established in 1986, Fletcher Moss Rangers has encouraged thousands of young players to get involved, get muddy and, most importantly, find their potential.

FMR's alumni includes English National team players Marcus Rashford, Wes Brown and Danny Welbeck.

"Our vision is to expand our unparalleled success on and off the football pitch into the community, increasing participation and opportunities for playing and coaching football, other sports and physical activity as well as inspiring individuals through education, mentoring and real-life work experiences."
Fletcher Moss Rangers Community FC

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