CONISTON Sports and Social Centre is celebrating ten years at the heart of village life.
Around 200 people enjoyed the fun of a bouncy castle, a surf machine and horse rides on the football pitch at the birthday event.
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Brownies and Guides served cakes, scones, teas and coffees, and the village’s Christmas lights committee, children’s party committee and St Mary’s Hospice raised funds.
Live music and a disco rounded off the day, which was hailed a great success by Marie Karlsson, who manages the centre.
The centre opened its doors in August 2004 and features floodlit tennis and five-a-side football areas, a function room and bar, changing rooms and a football pitch used by Coniston AFC.