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New adventure golf course opens

A brand new Iron Age-themed adventure golf course at Andover’s Charlton Lakeside is now open.

The new facility was approved following feedback from users, residents and visitors to the lakeside.

Adventure golf specialists Greenspan were appointed to carry out the construction works. The course will be operated by Places Leisure. Aimed at the whole family, the course features 18 Iron Age-themed holes.

Leader of Test Valley Borough Council, Phil North, said: “We’re always looking to add to what we have to offer to the people of Test Valley. This facility is no different, offering a great space for people to enjoy the outdoors.”

Portfolio holder for community and leisure, Councillor David Drew, said: “This is another great addition to the family activities already at Charlton Lakeside. I’m really pleased to be working with our leisure contractor, Places Leisure, and specialists Greenspan to deliver this exciting project.”

Ian Souch, manager at the council’s leisure contractor, Places Leisure, said: “This venue will offer a space for all the family to take part in and have fun together.”


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