will eventually go up at the site of a planned multi-use games area (MUGA) in North Somerset.
Members of the Tickenham Village Filed Management Committee have so far raised £2,000 through their own fundraising initiatives to go towards the development of the MUGA, reported the Weston & Somerset Mercury.
This has included holding music nights, a village lottery and duck races on a nearby river.
The group has put in a planning application to North Somerset Council for three-metre high security fencing
to be installed when work on the MUGA is complete.
It is envisaged that the development will take place in two stages.
The first stage includes flattening out a field behind the village which will cost between £3,000 and £4,000 pounds.
This will be followed by the laying down of a solid surface and finally, the installation of the security fencing at a cost of approximately £10,000.
Security fencing will be part of a £1 million plan to develop a state-of-the-art football complex in Croy, near Cumbernauld.
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