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The latest information on the different projects associated with the Department of Sports, and how you can assist.

JRWP

Redevelopment
Project

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History Destroyed

As Anguilla’s most destructive Hurricane to date, Irma left no stone unturned. The historic Ronald Webster Park was destroyed as we know it. In addition to the actual park area, all of the ancillary facilities experienced partial, if not complete destruction.

The Ronald Webster Park is a community space that, at one time or the other, has served as the training ground for all of Anguilla’s International Athletes. It has for decades operated as a multi use facility for major national events and social gatherings.

The destruction of the Ronald Webster Park impacts more than our athletes. This is a loss for all Anguillians and the memories they have come to associate with “The Park”

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Our Vision

We have conceptualized the Ronald Webster Park a few years from today, as a self sustaining International Sporting Arena.

We’ve developed plans for a Multi Purpose Stadium that features store fronts, a food court, concert and social courtyard, administrative building, practice fields, splash pad, media booth and luxury suites, to name a few.

The New Ronald Webster Park is a true Community Space. We worked to create a facility with the potential for year round opportunities to monetize and grow the sports and entertainment economy in Anguilla.

JRWP

Redevelopment
Project

Image

History Destroyed

As Anguilla’s most destructive Hurricane to date, Irma left no stone unturned. The historic Ronald Webster Park was destroyed as we know it. In addition to the actual park area, all of the ancillary facilities experienced partial, if not complete destruction.

The Ronald Webster Park is a community space that, at one time or the other, has served as the training ground for all of Anguilla’s International Athletes. It has for decades operated as a multi use facility for major national events and social gatherings.

The destruction of the Ronald Webster Park impacts more than our athletes. This is a loss for all Anguillians and the memories they have come to associate with “The Park”

Image Our Vision

We have conceptualized the Ronald Webster Park a few years from today, as a self sustaining International Sporting Arena.

We’ve developed plans for a Multi Purpose Stadium that features store fronts, a food court, concert and social courtyard, administrative building, practice fields, splash pad, media booth and luxury suites, to name a few.

The New Ronald Webster Park is a true Community Space. We worked to create a facility with the potential for year round opportunities to monetize and grow the sports and entertainment economy in Anguilla.

JRWP

Redevelopment
Project

Image

History Destroyed

As Anguilla’s most destructive Hurricane to date, Irma left no stone unturned. The historic Ronald Webster Park was destroyed as we know it. In addition to the actual park area, all of the ancillary facilities experienced partial, if not complete destruction.

The Ronald Webster Park is a community space that, at one time or the other, has served as the training ground for all of Anguilla’s International Athletes. It has for decades operated as a multi use facility for major national events and social gatherings.

The destruction of the Ronald Webster Park impacts more than our athletes. This is a loss for all Anguillians and the memories they have come to associate with “The Park”

Image Our Vision

We have conceptualized the Ronald Webster Park a few years from today, as a self sustaining International Sporting Arena.

We’ve developed plans for a Multi Purpose Stadium that features store fronts, a food court, concert and social courtyard, administrative building, practice fields, splash pad, media booth and luxury suites, to name a few.

The New Ronald Webster Park is a true Community Space. We worked to create a facility with the potential for year round opportunities to monetize and grow the sports and entertainment economy in Anguilla.