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Arch over vehicle entrance removed today ready for crane lift of club shop. Before and after photos 



-- Edited by Squarevanmanthesecond on Sunday 12th of June 2022 04:45:39 PM

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Really appreciate the pics. Love to see it! Be good to know a bit of detail of what the work is.

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Arch removed to enable mob crane to come in and move club shop to new home at top of terracing next to turnstiles.

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Someone said to me earlier looked like temp scaffolding going up behind the goal when they went past. Covered end also???

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Jamison wrote:

Someone said to me earlier looked like temp scaffolding going up behind the goal when they went past. Covered end also???


 Yes your right



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N Jones wrote:
Jamison wrote:

Someone said to me earlier looked like temp scaffolding going up behind the goal when they went past. Covered end also???


 Yes your right


 Good stuff, great progress being mad on and off the field.



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Stage 2 of club shop

At the terminal awaiting departure 

in flight (no duty free available)

arrival at destination 

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-- Edited by Squarevanmanthesecond on Wednesday 15th of June 2022 01:27:43 PM

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Dave, hope you don't get vertigo being that high up. Although you can stand at the door and have a perfect view of the match



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As Im here thought fans might like to see the progress behind the road end goal 



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Thanks for the updates.

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Great pics Dave, thanks!

Are they doing anything to repair the terrace at the park end?

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trev83 wrote:

Great pics Dave, thanks!

Are they doing anything to repair the terrace at the park end?


 I believe a lot more work is being done including something at the park end. 



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Although it is good to have improvements, but the scaffolding is currently looking like a building site and with a corrugated iron roof and no sides and back, it will not keep many people dry. I assume there's a lot more to do like cladding the sides and back? I'd rather see the concrete terracing ripped up and replaced.



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50p head wrote:

Although it is good to have improvements, but the scaffolding is currently looking like a building site and with a corrugated iron roof and no sides and back, it will not keep many people dry. I assume there's a lot more to do like cladding the sides and back? I'd rather see the concrete terracing ripped up and replaced.



-- Edited by 50p head on Sunday 19th of June 2022 05:43:17 PM


 From what Ive heard this is only a temporary solution, so it will probably have a lot of scaffolding on it when complete for the rest of the season, although what you see in those pics probably isnt the final appearance. Not sure what the long-term plan for cover on that end is. 



-- Edited by trev83 on Monday 20th of June 2022 02:27:02 PM

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