The Club was delighted to hear on Tuesday night that its plans for a Community Clubhouse have been passed by South Staffordshire District Council. The plans include 6 changing rooms, 2 referee changing rooms, medical room, disabled wet room, kitchen, coach training room, function room and 4 football pitches. The facility will be open to club families as well as local residents.
The Club has secured a large element of the funds needed to develop the site and now that the Planning Permission has been received will now submit its bid to the Football Foundation for the remainder over the next 2 weeks. We will then have a 3 month wait (with everything crossed!) to hear if our bid has been successful.
The Clubs vision to take it to the next level is getting extremely close to fruition!

4 comments for this article:
  1. avatar

    Great news Keith, at last, a lot at the club know how many hours you have put in to get where we are now.
    Yes another pint you owe me for this comment


  2. avatar
    trevor smith

    Keith there have been many sceptics along the way,and admittedly it has been a very long uphill climb. Without you this project would never have happened.I would like to give my personal thanks for all the hours of dedication given by you. T.S.

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    Andy Coleman

    Great news!! For all involved at the club, I can’t wait until the club house is built so you can get one or even two rounds in? Once again thanks for your dedication and time.


  4. avatar

    Great news for the whole club, hopefully it will be a great meeting point for all teamsinvolved with the club.
    Well done Keith.

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