Shamfa Cudjoe

OVER TO YOU: The pavilion at the Aranjuez Recreation Ground was handed over to the San Juan Laventille Regional Corporation on Wednesday. Present were Sport Minister Shamfa Cudjoe and San Juan Regional Corporation chairman Anthony Roberts, right.

The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (SporTT), this week handed over the long-awaited Aranjuez Savannah pavilion. Residents of the area now have access to enhanced facilities.

Minister of Sport Shamfa Cudjoe urged residents to use the facilities to build a sense and spirit of community through the various sporting activities that they will be engaging in there. She noted that facilities like the one at Aranjuez were integral to community life in the country.

Member of Parliament and Minister of Health, Terrance Deyalsingh urged his constituents to use the facility wisely and be watchmen to ensure that it is not defaced and kept safe for all ages of users.

The facility was completed within budget of approximately five million TT dollars. The pavilion can hold a total of 300 persons — 150 per side. There are two team washroom and shower areas, male and female public toilets, as well as storage.

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