1986 HOUSING 2
The Northwest area is mainly residential, built in the 1920s and '30s, with some recent (1973) developments. It is predominately middle class. Main features are the Greenfields Hospital and the New River Stadium . The Stadium was built about 10 years ago and cost about £6,000,000. 25 people work there and it costs £250,000 per year to run, but only takes in £100,000 from those who use it! It is run by the local council and caters for children, women, schools and special courses (e.g.fitness training), as well as casual use.
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