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Friday 01st of August 2014

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The Lees Field Development

The Club is pushing ahead with its plans to build a new Clubhouse at our Lees Field site with a new 6 changing room facility, which will also incorporate a kitchen and Café/Meeting Room. The project is supported by Trafford Council (Sports Development) and the Manchester FA. Funding for the project will be sought from various avenues with the main funding application directed towards the Football Foundation. There are many fund raising activities on the go. The Club will also be seeking corporate sponsorship to try to meet any shortfalls in the total cost. It is intended that the facility will be shared with local schools and youth groups.

 

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