Tooting, London born Jade Lally, who won a bronze medal for England in the women’s discus at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and represented Great Britain at the 2016 Rio Olympics, will officially open the Trim Trail at the Holland Sports and Social Association and Holland Sports Get Fit Club in Hurst Green.
Jade will be at Mill Lane on Saturday, November 24 at 11am.
The trail joins together the recreation ground’s car park, the children’s football pitches, and creates an exit path to a country walk, continuing through less visited areas of the park, around to the outdoor gym area, past the entrance to the running track and then back to the car park.
It us a 828 metre long all weather and shock absorbent rack with a minimum width of 15 metres
Jade won her sixth British title in 2017, and finished 18th overall in qualifying at the 2017 World Championships in London, throwing 57.71m. At the 2018 Commonwealth Games she threw 53.97m to finish seventh.