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 In Hucknall we have a park called     
 Titchfield Park. In our spare time we 
 can play tennis,cricket,bowls,golf or 
 pitch and putt.There used to be a     
 boating lake but now it is a childrens
 playground.There are five recreation  
 grounds as well. Hucknall Feast or    
 Wakes is held on one of them.The      
 swimming baths were given to          
 Hucknall by John Ellis M.P. in        
 1909.There is a teaching pool at      
 Edgewood Community School.We have just
 had a Leisure Centre built,providing  
 about 20 activities for different age 
 groups.There is  a private Squash     
 and Leisure club.  In the town        
 there are Cubs,Scouts,Church Youth    
 Clubs,Brownies,Guides,and  Marching   
 Bands,Boys Brigade and Discos.There   
 is not a lot for teenagers.There are  
 Meetings and Dancing Clubs for Over   

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