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. We have also further strengthen the partnership with the Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council by managing and operating a mobile climbing wall within the local community.
A not for profit organisation, Nuneaton Harriers Community Association Ltd is overseen by a board of voluntary trustees.
Such has been our success we are soon to take ownership of the facility from the local authority with a 40 year lease which will allow us to work in close partnership with Nuneaton Harriers Athletic Club and Nuneaton Griff Football Club alongside our other partners.
As the chairman of the Association Nathan has worked in various roles within the sports & leisure industry including local authority, charities and voluntary organisations.
Part of the original development group who helped to have the stadium built in 1998, Mollie has been a part of the stadiums progress for over 20 years.
Barry has played various roles in sport over the last 50 years and in 2015 received a British Empire Medal for his services to athletics in the midlands.