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Nuneaton Harriers

Community Association

Nuneaton Harriers Community Association LTD was formed in May 2014 to take on the management of The Pingles Stadium on behalf of Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council in partnership with Nuneaton Harriers Athletic Club & Nuneaton Griff Football Club.

Since then we have expanded to form a partnership with Wembrook Primary School to manage the community use of the 3G Sports Pitch facilities.

A not for profit organisation, Nuneaton Harriers Community Association Ltd is overseen by a board of voluntary trustees.

Such has been our success we have now taken ownership of the facility from the local authority with a 40 year lease. This will allow us to work in close partnership with Nuneaton Harriers Athletic Club and Nuneaton Griff Football Club alongside our other partners, To further develop both the facility and the services we offer for the local and wider community.


Coming from a commercial background, Steve has worked for local authorities and large scale manufactures up until his retirement. Steve joined the board in 2024.


Part of the original development group who helped successfully had the stadium built in 1998, Mollie has been a part of the stadiums progress for over 25 years. Mollie took over as chairperson in 2024.



Lijana joined the board in 2020. Lijana has a wide range of knowledge in sports development and is involved in many sports organizations and governing bodies.



Joining the board in 2022, Jared offers an insight into the day to day operational running of the stadium.

Intrested in becoming a trustee?

We'd like to hear from you if you have:

⚽Experience, interest or enthusiasm in Sport, Leisure and Education
💬Professional skills or experience in finance, business management, law, marketing or communications
💰Experience in external grant applications/funding
👍An existing role or involvement with the community
✅ A current user of our facilities or services, either yourself or your family


If you are local to Nuneaton and want to contribute to improving people's lives within the local area or have specific business skills, why not become a Trustee? It is desirable that the persons appointed live, work and / or study within the town or have local connections. We are ideally looking for people with a strong public service commitment, and an enthusiasm and vision to contribute to the overall success of our Community Association.

To arrange an informal discussion please email:

*Trustee positions are voluntary and therefore unpaid

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