Gosling Sports Park celebrates 50 years in Welwyn Garden City
A LANDMARK sports complex celebrated its 50th birthday in style on Saturday. More than 1,000 people flocked to Gosling Sports Park, WGC, for an open day held to mark the occasion. A number of activities, including ski racing
A LANDMARK sports complex celebrated its 50th birthday in style on Saturday.
More than 1,000 people flocked to Gosling Sports Park, WGC, for an open day held to mark the occasion.
A number of activities, including ski racing, sports demonstrations and beauty therapy took place.
There was also a fundraising stall for Isabel Hospice and a buffet lunch for members and invited guests.
One such guest was Philip Gosling, the son of park founder Reg Gosling.
Gosling commercial director Geoff Caine said the open day was a "great success".
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"It was a great way to celebrate 50 years of the park," he said.
"There was something for everybody to do for all ages."
For more from Geoff and tto read the thoughts of Mr Gosling, see tomorrow's Welwyn & Hatfield Times