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Multi Use Games Areaâ€™s or MUGA's as they are known are becoming more popular as schools and councils respect the need for young people to be active outdoors. Providing a MUGA which is covered means that this exercise can continue all year round. Covered MUGAâ€™s can also relieve congested indoor areas and get students outside even in bad weather. Floodlights can be included to add many hours of extra playing time to your facility allowing for a more flexible programme of activities and a wider range of groups to be accommodated increasing value for money and even revenue where facilities are hired. A wide range of fencing and surfacing options are available and can be discussed.
We have two options available, the Sports Tepee and Covered Mugaâ„¢. The Sports Tepee offers a cost-effective way to provide a wide range of sports and activities in one self-contained covered area, ideal for Primary, Junior and some Senior Schools. The Covered Mugaâ„¢ is manufactured to completely bespoke sizes and ideal for larger sports pitches/play areas typically found on private schools, senior schools, colleges and municipal properties.
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